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   * Speaker: Yuichiro Shibata (Nagasaki University)   * Speaker: Yuichiro Shibata (Nagasaki University)
   * Title: Functional Safety Oriented Heterogeneous Redundant Design for FPGA Computing   * Title: Functional Safety Oriented Heterogeneous Redundant Design for FPGA Computing
-  * Abstract: Application domains of FPGAs has been increasingly expanding, reflecting great interests as a promising acceleration approach for energy-efficient computing. Now FPGAs are staring playing an important role even in mission-critical application fields such as self-driving vehicles and industrial infrastructure. In these applications,​ since a +  * Abstract: Application domains of FPGAs has been increasingly expanding, reflecting great interests as a promising acceleration approach for energy-efficient computing. Now FPGAs are staring playing an important role even in mission-critical application fields such as self-driving vehicles and industrial infrastructure. In these applications,​ since a high degree of functional safety is required, simple homogeneous redundant logic design, where the same hardware modules are simply replicated, is not enough. In order to improve tolerance to common cause fault, heterogeneous redundant design, in which several different implementation approaches are taken to realize the same logic functionality,​ is crucial. However, manual redundant design tends to place a burden on designers, reducing productivity of FPGA application development. In this talk, some systematic heterogeneous redundant design approach are introduced and discussed, focusing on design diversity in various phases of an FPGA design flow. Some experimental results are also shown.
-high degree of functional safety is required, simple homogeneous redundant logic design, where the same hardware modules are simply replicated, is not enough. In order to improve tolerance to common cause fault, heterogeneous redundant design, in which several different implementation approaches are taken to realize the same logic functionality,​ is crucial. However, manual redundant design tends to place a burden on designers, reducing productivity of FPGA application development. In this talk, some systematic heterogeneous redundant design approach are introduced and discussed, focusing on design diversity in various phases of an FPGA design flow. Some experimental results are also shown.+
  
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