Rethinking FPGAs: elude the flexibility excess of LUTs with and-inverter cones
FPGA, pp. 119-128, 2012.
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Look-Up Tables (LUTs) are universally used in FPGAs as the elementary logic blocks. They can implement any logic function and thus covering a circuit is a relatively straightforward problem. Naturally, flexibility comes at a price, and increasing the number of LUT inputs to cover larger parts of a circuit has an exponential cost in the LU...More
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