2.1. Initializing Your Custom Platform 2.2. Removing Unused Hardware 2.3. Integrating Your Custom Platform with the Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™ 2.4. Setting up the Software Development Environment 2.5. Building the Software in Your Custom Platform 2.6. Establishing Host Communication 2.7. Connecting the Memory 2.8. Integrating an OpenCL Kernel 2.9. Programming Your FPGA Quickly Using CvP 2.10. Guaranteeing Timing Closure 2.11. Troubleshooting
3.1. Host-FPGA Communication over PCIe 3.2. DDR3 as Global Memory for OpenCL Applications 3.3. QDRII as Heterogeneous Memory for OpenCL Applications 3.4. Host Connection to OpenCL Kernels 3.5. Implementation of UDP Cores as OpenCL Channels 3.6. FPGA System Design 3.7. Guaranteed Timing Closure 3.8. Addition of Timing Constraints 3.9. Connection to the Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™ 3.10. FPGA Programming Flow 3.11. Host-to-Device MMD Software Implementation 3.12. OpenCL Utilities Implementation 3.13. Stratix V Network Reference Platform Implementation Considerations
3.9. Connection to the Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™
A Custom Platform must include a board_env.xml file to describe its general contents to the Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™ Offline Compiler. For each hardware design, your Custom Platform also requires a board_spec.xml file that describes the hardware.
The following sections describe the implementation of these files for the Stratix® V Network Reference Platform.
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