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Area Estimation and Optimisation of FPGA Routing Fabrics

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This talk is a preview of the talk I will be giving at the FPL conference in Prague later this month.

The majority of the area consumed by an FPGA is due to resources used to route signals between functional units. This talk will focus on how routing resource area can be expressed in a form amenable to Geometric Programming – a form of convex optimisation. These methods have been used to improve FPGA area efficiency, as well as speed up the architecture exploration process.

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