Call for Papers
ENGINEERING OF RECONFIGURABLE SYSTEMS AND ALGORITHMS - ERSA'08
July 14-17, 2008
Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
ERSA conference focuses on different approaches in engineering of reconfigurable systems: in hardware design and in implementing of algorithms; including theory, architecture, algorithms, design systems and applications that demonstrate the benefits of reconfigurable computing.
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Theory of Massively Parallelel Computing
- Theoretical models of computing in space and time
- Theoretical approaches of new computational aspects, including biologically inspired approaches
- Adaptive computing
- Mapping algorithms into hardware and synthesis of regular arrays
- Parallelization and space-time partitioning of algorithms
- System architectures using configurable computing platform
Newly developed algorithms for efficient implementation on reconfigurable systems
Software, CAD and Operating Systems
- CAD, specification, partitioning and verification
- Hardware compilation, hardware/software codesign, developing correct circuits
- High and low-level languages and compilers, design environments
- Operating systems and run-time reconfiguring
IP-based and object oriented models and mapping methods
Adaptive Hardware Architectures
- Adaptive and dynamically reconfigurable systems
- Reconfigurable processor architectures
- Complex systems using reconfigurable processors
- Application-tailored reconfigurable Systems-on-Chip
Energy efficient systems on reconfigurable computing platform
Wireless communication systems
Mobile communication systems, videophone, software radio, global positioning systems etc.
Multimedia and virtual reality
Video imaging, teleconferencing, data compression, image databases, computational geometry and computer graphics etc.
Vehicle guidance, lane and obstacle detection, object recognition, traffic systems, navigation of robots etc.
Object recognition and tracking, cryptology, Internet and security etc.
Classical image and signal processing
Digital filters, edge and line detection, morphological operators, motion and stereo estimation, discrete transformations, linear algebra, radar systems, object recognition etc.
- Wireless communication systems