Michael Romesis

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The most important issue in sequential program parallelisation is the efficient assignment of computations into different processing elements. In the past, too many approaches were devoted in efficient program parallelization considering various models for the parallel programs and the target architectures. The most widely used parallelism description model(More)
This paper addresses the problem of application mapping onto Butterfly-Fat-Tree (BFT) based Network-on-Chip design. It proposes a new mapping technique based on discrete Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) to map the cores of the core graph to the routers. The basic PSO has been augmented by running multiple PSO and deterministically generating a part of the(More)
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