11 Myths About High-Level-Synthesis Techniques for Programming FPGAs (.PDF Download)

The numbers of applications using FPGAs are on the rise. They have long been used for avionics and DSP-based applications, but are finding many new applications in which their flexible and configurable compute capabilities are much in demand. These applications include accelerating large compute-intensive workloads, within wireless base control and management functions, and already look set to play a major role in vision processing in autonomous driving systems.

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