Saturday, December 6, 2008


The MEMOCODE (the ACM-IEEE International Conference on Formal Methods and Models for Co-Design) Contest has been sponsored by Xilinx, Bluespec, CEDA, and Nokia since sometime.

In the MEMOCODE 2007 (the 5th), the basic design challenge was to implement a high-performance Matrix-matrix multiplication (MMM) using any HW and SW design methodology and targeting any FPGA development platform of the contestants’ choice.

In the MEMOCODE 2008, the hardware accelerated crypto sorter designs were proposed for the MEMOCODE 2008 HW/SW co-design contest. The goal was to sort an encrypted database of records partitioning the problem between a PowerPC processor and the dedicated hardware resources available on a Xilinx Virtex II Pro FPGA. The MIT team won the top honor. The code is in OPENCOREThe documentation can be downloaded from OPENCORE also.

The following link listed some the submission and the corresponding documentations:

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