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The 19th IEEE Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines

FCCM 2011

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Important: FCCM 2011 is running a double-blind review process. In preparing your manuscript, do not include any information which could reveal your identity, or that of your co-authors. The title section of your manuscript should not contain any author names, email addresses, or affiliation status. If you do include any author names on the title page, your submission will be automatically rejected. In the body of your submission, you should eliminate all direct references to your own previous work. That is, avoid phrases such as "this contribution generalizes our results for XYZ". Also, please do not disproportionately cite your own previous work. In other words, make your submission as anonymous as possible. We need your cooperation in our effort to maintain a fair, double-blind reviewing process - and to consider all submissions equally.


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Reviewer checklist: Please carefully examine the list of names below, and check-off any of the people who should not review this submission, due to a conflict of interest with one of the authors. (This also includes the names of any co-authors, if they appear below.)

 Jason Anderson     David Andrews     Jeffrey Arnold     Peter Athanas   
 Jonathan Babb     Jason Bakos     Gordon Brebner     Duncan Buell   
 Mike Butts     Mark Chang     Paul Chow (root)     Katherine Compton   
 Andre DeHon     Oliver Diessel     Apostolos Dollas     Ken Eguro   
 Alessandro Forin     Matt French     Guy Gogniat     Maya Gokhale   
 Ann Gordon-Ross     Scott Hauck     Martin Herbordt     Brad Hutchings   
 Peter Jamieson     Martin Langhammer     Miriam Leeser     Guy Lemieux   
 Philip Leong     Wayne Luk     Roman Lysecky     Liam Marnane   
 John McHenry     Vincent Natoli     Brent Nelson     Ken Pocek   
 Viktor Prasanna     Kyle Rupnow     Ron Sass     Mark Shand   
 Lesley Shannon     Shepard Siegel     Satnam Singh     Desh Singh   
 Tony Stansfield     Greg Steffan     Greg Stitt     Prasanna Sundararajan   
 Russ Tessier     Justin Tripp     Keith Underwood     Tom VanCourt   
 John Wawrzynek     Steve Wilton     Michael Wirthlin   

Additional conflicts: The committee may call on external reviewers to help evaluate your submission. These reviewer names may not appear in the list above. Therefore, we also request that you identify any other conflicts of interest you can think of. Specifically, you should list anybody you know of who works in an area related to FCCM, and who has a conflict of interest with either you or one of your co-authors. (You do not need to include your own author names in this list.)

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Architectures and Programming Models  
Architectures for high-performance and/or low-power configurable computing
New spatial architectures with immense parallelism but different basic components than FPGAs
System-level architectures for reconfigurable computing in either real-time or non-real-time systems
Heterogeneous architectures that integrate a mix of coarse, fine, special-purpose, and general-purpose hardware
Implications and effects of nanotechnology on reconfigurable computing (and vice versa)
Languages and Compilers  
New languages and development environments to describe spatial or heterogeneous applications
Tools to make run-time reconfiguration more accessible to application designers
Compilation and CAD techniques for reconfigurable computing systems and other spatial computers
Run-Time Systems and Run-Time Reconfiguration  
Operating system techniques to manage run-time reconfiguration of resources in reconfigurable computing or spatial computing systems
Run-time CAD algorithms to support the above techniques or improve fault tolerance/avoidance
Use of reconfigurability to build evolvable or adaptable computing systems
Novel uses of run-time reconfiguration in application-specific systems
Applications  
Applications that use reconfigurability to customize hardware for scientific computation, mobile communications, medical image processing, data and communication security, network infrastructure and other embedded systems. These papers must discuss or show novel use of some particular attribute of the reconfigurable device used.
Comparison of application implementations on different spatial hardware, such as GPGPUs, multi-core processors, and FPGAs
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