Our paper on “A Flexible Design Automation Tool for Accelerating Quantized Spectral CNNs” has been selected as one of the papers for Michal Servit Best Paper Award at the 29th International Conference on Field-Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL ’19). This paper focuses on a flexible tool to automate the process of generating high throughput accelerators for quantized spectral CNNs. The tool takes the high-level specification of the CNN model, the data quantization scheme, and the target hardware architecture as input, and it outputs synthesizable Verilog after a fast exploration of the entire design space.
Best Paper Nomination at FPL ’19
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