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Christian Lienen, M.Sc.

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 Christian Lienen, M.Sc.

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2022


2021

Design of Distributed Reconfigurable Robotics Systems with ReconROS

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (2021), pp. 1-20

Robotics applications process large amounts of data in real time and require compute platforms that provide high performance and energy efficiency. FPGAs are well suited for many of these applications, but there is a reluctance in the robotics community to use hardware acceleration due to increased design complexity and a lack of consistent programming models across the software/hardware boundary. In this article, we present ReconROS, a framework that integrates the widely used robot operating system (ROS) with ReconOS, which features multithreaded programming of hardware and software threads for reconfigurable computers. This unique combination gives ROS 2 developers the flexibility to transparently accelerate parts of their robotics applications in hardware. We elaborate on the architecture and the design flow for ReconROS and report on a set of experiments that underline the feasibility and flexibility of our approach.


Design of Distributed Reconfigurable Robotics Systems with ReconROS

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, in: arXiv:2107.07208, 2021

Robotics applications process large amounts of data in real-time and require compute platforms that provide high performance and energy-efficiency. FPGAs are well-suited for many of these applications, but there is a reluctance in the robotics community to use hardware acceleration due to increased design complexity and a lack of consistent programming models across the software/hardware boundary. In this paper we present ReconROS, a framework that integrates the widely-used robot operating system (ROS) with ReconOS, which features multithreaded programming of hardware and software threads for reconfigurable computers. This unique combination gives ROS2 developers the flexibility to transparently accelerate parts of their robotics applications in hardware. We elaborate on the architecture and the design flow for ReconROS and report on a set of experiments that underline the feasibility and flexibility of our approach.


2020

ReconROS: Flexible Hardware Acceleration for ROS2 Applications

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, B. Rinner, in: Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (FPT), 2020


2019


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Conferences

ReconROS: Flexible Hardware Acceleration for ROS2 Applications

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, B. Rinner, in: Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (FPT), 2020

@inproceedings{Lienen_Platzner_Rinner_2020, title={ReconROS: Flexible Hardware Acceleration for ROS2 Applications}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (FPT)}, author={Lienen, Christian and Platzner, Marco and Rinner, Bernhard}, year={2020} }


Journal Articles

Design of Distributed Reconfigurable Robotics Systems with ReconROS

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (2021), pp. 1-20

Robotics applications process large amounts of data in real time and require compute platforms that provide high performance and energy efficiency. FPGAs are well suited for many of these applications, but there is a reluctance in the robotics community to use hardware acceleration due to increased design complexity and a lack of consistent programming models across the software/hardware boundary. In this article, we present ReconROS, a framework that integrates the widely used robot operating system (ROS) with ReconOS, which features multithreaded programming of hardware and software threads for reconfigurable computers. This unique combination gives ROS 2 developers the flexibility to transparently accelerate parts of their robotics applications in hardware. We elaborate on the architecture and the design flow for ReconROS and report on a set of experiments that underline the feasibility and flexibility of our approach.

@article{Lienen_Platzner_2021, title={Design of Distributed Reconfigurable Robotics Systems with ReconROS}, DOI={10.1145/3494571}, journal={ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems}, author={Lienen, Christian and Platzner, Marco}, year={2021}, pages={1–20} }


Master's Theses

Implementing a Real-time System on a Platform FPGA operated with ReconOS

C. Lienen, Master's thesis, Universität Paderborn, 2019

@book{Lienen, title={Implementing a Real-time System on a Platform FPGA operated with ReconOS}, publisher={Universität Paderborn}, author={Lienen, Christian} }


Preprint

ReconROS Executor: Event-Driven Programming of FPGA-accelerated ROS 2 Applications

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, 2022

@article{Lienen_Platzner_2022, title={ReconROS Executor: Event-Driven Programming of FPGA-accelerated ROS 2 Applications}, author={Lienen, Christian and Platzner, Marco}, year={2022} }


Design of Distributed Reconfigurable Robotics Systems with ReconROS

C. Lienen, M. Platzner, in: arXiv:2107.07208, 2021

Robotics applications process large amounts of data in real-time and require compute platforms that provide high performance and energy-efficiency. FPGAs are well-suited for many of these applications, but there is a reluctance in the robotics community to use hardware acceleration due to increased design complexity and a lack of consistent programming models across the software/hardware boundary. In this paper we present ReconROS, a framework that integrates the widely-used robot operating system (ROS) with ReconOS, which features multithreaded programming of hardware and software threads for reconfigurable computers. This unique combination gives ROS2 developers the flexibility to transparently accelerate parts of their robotics applications in hardware. We elaborate on the architecture and the design flow for ReconROS and report on a set of experiments that underline the feasibility and flexibility of our approach.

@article{Lienen_Platzner_2021, title={Design of Distributed Reconfigurable Robotics Systems with ReconROS}, journal={arXiv:2107.07208}, author={Lienen, Christian and Platzner, Marco}, year={2021} }


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