Nysa

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== Manifesto ==
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== Goals ==
  
 
FPGAs are very versatile, generally, they can be used to interface with a wide variety of devices and process data. They can be challenging to use though. The aim of Nysa is to open up FPGAs to a wider audience. Nysa attempts to accomplish this by breaking the FPGA development down into three sections. As mentioned above the different sections include: generating cores that will be used to interact with devices attaches to an FPGA or process data, A tool that reads in a configuration file and outputs a Xilinx project that can be used build an FPGA image, and finally an API that can be used to interact with the FPGA generated from the previous section.
 
FPGAs are very versatile, generally, they can be used to interface with a wide variety of devices and process data. They can be challenging to use though. The aim of Nysa is to open up FPGAs to a wider audience. Nysa attempts to accomplish this by breaking the FPGA development down into three sections. As mentioned above the different sections include: generating cores that will be used to interact with devices attaches to an FPGA or process data, A tool that reads in a configuration file and outputs a Xilinx project that can be used build an FPGA image, and finally an API that can be used to interact with the FPGA generated from the previous section.

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