Challenging CPS Trade-off Adaptivity with Coarse-Grained Reconfiguration
Cyber Physical Systems are highly adaptive systems, prone to change behaviour due to external/internal conditions. From the computation point of view, reconfigurable systems may address adaptation. In this paper, by a set of examples we show how coarse-grained reconfiguration may successfully allow achieving dynamic trade-off management, while considering different technology targets and different design flows.
KeywordsCyber Physical systems Hardware reconfiguration Adaptive systems Datapath merging
This work has received funding from the EU Commission’s H2020 Programme under grant agreement No 732105.
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