We describe an approach to acquiring a knowledge representation applied on technical documents. We focus on corpus with a strong underlying structure, which allows us to follow a number of precise patterns of presentation. Our goal is to provide effectiveness by reducing both time and cost, as well as subjectivity.
Reconfigurable computing is a flexible way of facing with a single device a wide range of applications with a good level of performance. This area of computing involves different issues and concepts when compared with conventional computing systems. One of these concepts is context loading. The context refers to the coded configuration information to… (More)
—Dynamically reconfigurable architectures are emerging as a viable design alternative to implement a wide range of computationally intensive applications. At the same time, an urgent necessity has arisen for support tool development to automate the design process and achieve optimal exploitation of the architectural features of the system. Task scheduling… (More)
MorphoSys is a reconfigurable SIMD architecture. In this paper, a BSP-based ray tracing is gracefully mapped onto MorphoSys. The mapping highly exploits ray-tracing parallelism. A straightforward mechanism is used to handle irregularity among parallel rays in BSP. To support this mechanism, a special data structure is established, in which no intermediate… (More)
This paper presents a mapping scheme of an optimized octree-based ray tracing algorithm and its implementation on a SIMD reconfigurable architecture, MorphoSys, with appropriate hardware incorporated. A two-level SIMD mapping scheme for ray tracing is chosen to get better trade-off between coherence exploitation efficiency and bandwidth requirements. We… (More)
This paper presents a new technique to improve the efficiency of data scheduling for multi-context reconfigurable architectures targeting multimedia and DSP applications. The main goal is to improve application energy consumption. Two levels of on-chip data storage are assumed in the reconfigurable architecture. The Data Scheduler attempts to optimally… (More)
Reconfigurable computing is emerging as a viable design alternative to implement a wide range of computationally intensive applications. The scheduling problem becomes a really critical issue in achieving the high performance that these kind of applications demands. This paper describes the different aspects regarding the scheduling problem in a… (More)
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