Langheld Erwin (1987)

Conference Paper

The use of regular (iterative) architectures that are modularly structured and arbitrarily extendable is suggested as a way to reduce design costs. Following a discussion of the factors that make regular structure desirable, their characteristics are examined. The author highlights the distinct characteristics of regular structures by marking a few specific points of difference to common circuits.

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