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Reconfigurable computing adds to the traditional
hardware/software design flow a new degree of freedom in the
development of electronic systems. In a system-on-chip
platform, the fact that a MCU makes evolve at run-time a
hardware coprocessor mapped on a FPGA, to execute thus
different compute-intensive tasks in the same silicon-area,
results in a clear earned value applied to the system
implementation: the low-cost reached through the resources
time-multiplexing. Under that approach, this work merges
both reconfigurable computing and HW/SW co-design
technologies to develop an efficient architecture of an
automatic fingerprint authentication system (AFAS) oriented
to real-time embedded applications.
CitationFons, F. [et al.]. Flexible hardware for fingerprint image processing. A: Conference on Ph.D. Research in Microelectronics and Electronics. "Proceedings of the 2007 Ph.D Research in Microelectronics and Electronics conference". Bordeaux: 2007, p. 169-172.
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