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Matrix decomposition is required in various algorithms used in wireless communication applications. FPGAs strike a balance between ASICs and DSPs, as they have the programmability of software with performance capacity approaching that of a custom hardware implementation. However, FPGA architectures require designers to make a countless number of system, architectural and logic design decisions. By performing design space exploration, a designer can find the optimal device for a specific application, however very few tools exist which can accomplish this task.
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