Michael Sartin-Tarm

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Specialized execution using spatial architectures provides energy efficient computation, but requires effective algorithms for spatially scheduling the computation. Generally, this has been solved with architecture-specific heuristics, an approach which suffers from poor compiler/architect productivity, lack of insight on optimality, and inhibits migration(More)
The advent of architectures with software-exposed resources (Spatial Architectures) has created a demand for universally applicable scheduling techniques. This paper describes our generalized spatial scheduling framework, formulated with Integer Linear Programming, and specifically accomplishes two goals. First, using the "Simple" architecture, it(More)
Spatial architectures provide energy-efficient computation but require effective scheduling algorithms. Existing heuristic-based approaches offer low compiler/architect productivity, little optimality insight, and low architectural portability. We seek to develop a spatial-scheduling framework by utilizing constraint-solving theories and find that(More)
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