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Xilinx system generator and Xilinx Tool Kit. Programmable devices are at the heart of most systems today, enabling not only programmable logic design, but programmable systems integration. Xilinx has transformed from an FPGA company to an ‘All Programmable’ company, offering technology from logic and I/O to software programmable ARM® processing systems and beyond. Xilinx offers development tools that support programmable platforms requiring aggressive pace and the need for enhanced productivity. From the revolutionary Vivado® Design Suite to All Programmable Abstractions - Xilinx, along with its ecosystem of Alliance Members, are providing development tools that are defining the next generation of design.


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  1. Hartley, Edward N.; Maciejowski, Jan M.: Field programmable gate array based predictive control system for spacecraft rendezvous in elliptical orbits (2015)
  2. Maleki, Mohammad; Ahmadi, Arash; Makki, Seyed; Soleimani, Hamid; Bavandpour, Mohammad: Networked adaptive non-linear oscillators: a digital synthesis and application (2015)
  3. Sarkar, Surjadeep; Maulik, Ujjwal; Biswas, Baidyanath: Performance of a new split digital phase lock loop in additive wideband Gaussian noise (2013)
  4. Abdulla, K.P.; Azeem, Mohammad Fazle: A novel programmable CMOS fuzzifiers using voltage-to-current converter circuit (2012)
  5. Chen, Dongdong; Ko, Seok-Bum: A novel decimal logarithmic converter based on first-order polynomial approximation (2012)
  6. Davidson, Tom; Abouelella, Fatma; Bruneel, Karel; Stroobandt, Dirk: Dynamic circuit specialisation for key-based encryption algorithms and DNA alignment (2012)
  7. Lopes, Alba Sandyra Bezerra; Silva, Ivan Saraiva; Agostini, Luciano Volcan: A memory hierarchy model based on data reuse for full-search motion estimation on high-definition digital videos (2012)
  8. Saldaña, Manuel; Patel, Arun; Liu, Hao Jun; Chow, Paul: Using partial reconfiguration and message passing to enable FPGA-based generic computing platforms (2012)
  9. Sander, Oliver; Glas, Benjamin; Braun, Lars; Müller-Glaser, Klaus D.; Becker, Jürgen: Exploration of uninitialized configuration memory space for intrinsic identification of Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA devices (2012)
  10. Sepúlveda, Roberto; Montiel-Ross, Oscar; Quiñones-Rivera, Jorge; Quiroz, Ernesto E.: WLAN cell handoff latency abatement using an FPGA fuzzy logic algorithm implementation (2012)
  11. Spacey, Simon; Luk, Wayne; Kelly, Paul H.J.; Kuhn, Daniel: Improving communication latency with the write-only architecture (2012)
  12. Starke, Christoph; Grossmann, Vasco; Wienbrandt, Lars; Koschnicke, Sven; Carstens, John; Schimmler, Manfred: Optimizing investment strategies with the reconfigurable hardware platform RIVYERA (2012)
  13. Subudhi, Bidyadhar; Ogeti, Pedda Suresh: Sliding mode approach to torque and pitch control for an wind energy system using FPGA (2012)
  14. Thomas, Alexander; Rückauer, Michael; Becker, Jürgen: HoneyComb: an application-driven online adaptive reconfigurable hardware architecture (2012)
  15. Wernsing, John R.; Stitt, Greg: Elastic computing: A portable optimization framework for hybrid computers (2012)
  16. Bahoura, Mohammed; Ezzaidi, Hassan: FPGA-implementation of parallel and sequential architectures for adaptive noise cancelation (2011)
  17. Barkalov, A.A.; Titarenko, L.A.: Code conversion in compositional microprogram control units (2011)
  18. Bassiri, Maisam Mansub; Shahhoseini, Hadi Shahriar: Configuration reusing in on-line task scheduling for reconfigurable computing systems (2011)
  19. Corr^ea, Marcel M.; Schoenknecht, Mateus T.; Dornelles, Robson S.; Agostini, Luciano V.: A high-throughput hardware architecture for the H.264/AVC half-pixel motion estimation targeting high-definition videos (2011)
  20. Glas, Benjamin; Sander, Oliver; Stuckert, Vitali; Müller-Glaser, Klaus D.; Becker, Jürgen: Prime field ECDSA signature processing for reconfigurable embedded systems (2011)

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