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i want to know if we can implement a deep learning code on fpga

AKAYA
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hi,

 

i have developed a deep learing code for the detection of the trojan in the circit. Can i implement the code in the fpga??

 

 

please do reply... its urgent

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JohnT_Intel
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Hi, Yes, you can. It will depending on which board and tools that you are using. If the code is written in C then you will need to make it compliance to OpenCL code so that it can be compile using Intel FPAG OpenCL tools. If the code is written in HDL then you can use it in Quartus.
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AKAYA
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thank you ofr the reply....

 

the code is in python...

can we implement the python code in fpga??

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JohnT_Intel
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Unfortunately, you are not able to directly use the python code. You will need to modify it so that it is following Intel FPGA OpenCL code. You may refer to https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/hb/opencl-sdk/aocl_programming_guide.pdf.
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AKAYA
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thank you for the reply.....

 

can we implement it in any fpga??

the fpga available for me is basys 3

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JohnT_Intel
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You can implement it in Intel FPGA. Basys 3 should be Xilinx FPGA.
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AKAYA
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so i cant implement in any Xilinx fpga?

 

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JohnT_Intel
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You will need to contact them. We are only supporting Intel FPGA.
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AKAYA
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