Danny Meisler

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In High-Level Synthesis (HLS), extracting parallelism in order to create small and fast circuits is the main advantage of HLS over software execution. Modulo Scheduling (MS) is a technique in which a loop is parallelized by overlapping different parts of successive iterations. This ability to extract parallelism makes MS an attractive synthesis technique(More)
PURPOSE To report the occurrence and follow-up of ectopic, interface, epithelial growth after laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) in four eyes (three patients) and provide suggestions for management. METHODS Each eye was examined by slit-lamp biomicroscopy, and corneal topography was obtained with the Tomey TMS-1 instrument. RESULTS Each eye with(More)
Modulo scheduling is a major optimization of high performance compilers wherein the body of a loop is replaced by an overlapping of instructions from different iterations. Hence the compiler can schedule more instructions in parallel than in the original option. Modulo scheduling, being a scheduling optimization, is a typical backend optimization relying on(More)
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