Field Programmable Gate Array Applications—A Scientometric Review release_wxtatzsvvnfopghdfl25hcfc2a

by Juan Ruiz Rosero, Gustavo Ramirez-Gonzalez, Rahul Khanna

Published in Computation by MDPI AG.

2019   p63


Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is a general purpose programmable logic device that can be configured by a customer after manufacturing to perform from a simple logic gate operations to complex systems on chip or even artificial intelligence systems. Scientific publications related to FPGA started in 1992 and, up to now, we found more than 70,000 documents in the two leading scientific databases (Scopus and Clarivative Web of Science). These publications show the vast range of applications based on FPGAs, from the new mechanism that enables the magnetic suspension system for the kilogram redefinition, to the Mars rovers' navigation systems. This paper reviews the top FPGAs' applications by a scientometric analysis in ScientoPy, covering publications related to FPGAs from 1992 to 2018. Here we found the top 150 applications that we divided into the following categories: digital control, communication interfaces, networking, computer security, cryptography techniques, machine learning, digital signal processing, image and video processing, big data, computer algorithms and other applications. Also, we present an evolution and trend analysis of the related applications.
In application/xml+jats format

Archived Files and Locations

application/pdf  1.6 MB
file_36tbhdmnjjfupbmk7sdgmidw4y (publisher) (webarchive)
Read Archived PDF
Preserved and Accessible
Type  article-journal
Stage   published
Date   2019-11-11
Language   en ?
Container Metadata
Open Access Publication
In Keepers Registry
ISSN-L:  2079-3197
Work Entity
access all versions, variants, and formats of this works (eg, pre-prints)
Catalog Record
Revision: 4b253800-8a57-4daa-862a-ee8c670b3d9c