Emilien Kofman

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General-purpose multiprocessors (as, in our case, Intel Ivy-Bridge and Intel Haswell) increasingly add GPU computing power to the former multicore architectures. When used for embedded applications (for us, Synthetic aperture radar) with intensive signal processing requirements, they must constantly compute convolution algorithms, such as the famous Fast(More)
The advent of chip-level parallel architectures prompted a renewal of interest into dataflow process networks. The trend is to model an application independently from the architecture, then the model is morphed to best fit the target architecture. One downplayed aspect is the mapping of communications through the on-chip topology. The cost of such(More)
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