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Prof. John Villasenor’s Paper Selected as One of the Most Significant Papers in IEEE FCCM

John VillasenorIn the forthcoming 20th IEEE Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines this year, the society has compiled the 25 most significant papers from various areas in the conference over the years in a special volume.  Professor John Villasenor’s paper released in 1996, entitled “Configurable Computing Solutions for Automatic Target Recognition” is included in the compilation.  The co-authors to the paper are:  Brian Schoner, Kang-Ngee Chia, Charles Zapata, Hea Joung Kim, Chris Jones, Shane Lansing and Bill Mangione-Smith.

The paper was endorsed by Mark Shand commenting, “this paper was highly influential in raising awareness to the potential of runtime reconfiguration, as evidenced by the citations it has received in the ensuing years”.  Visit the FCCM20 webpage to see the roster of the 25 most significant papers.

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