Minje Jun

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—The crossbar (also called bus matrix) solution is known as one of the most effective communication architectures for modern high-performance embedded systems. To make it even more effective, several topology synthesis methods have been proposed. They mostly generate a crossbar network in a cascaded fashion under the assumption that each crossbar switch is(More)
Various computational requirements of real-world applications have leveraged moving to heterogeneous chip multiprocessors (CMPs) from homogeneous ones. In the meantime, three-dimensional integration of DRAMs and processors using Through Silicon Vias (TSVs) has emerged as the most viable solution for breaking the memory wall in CMP environment by bringing(More)
We present a topology synthesis method for high performance System-on-Chip (SoC) design. Our method provides an optimal topology of on-chip communication network for the given bandwidth, latency, frequency and/or area constraints. The optimal topology consists of multiple crossbar switches and some of them can be connected in a cascaded fashion for higher(More)
On-chip interconnection network is a crucial design component in high-performance System-on-Chips (SoCs). Many of previous works have focused on the automation of its topology design, since the topology largely determines its overall performance. For this purpose, they mostly require a switch library which includes all possible switch configurations(More)
This paper proposes an efficient topology synthesis method for on-chip interconnection network based on crossbar switches. The efficiency of topology synthesis methods is often measured by two metrics—the quality of the synthesized topology and synthesis time. These two metrics are critically determined by the definition of the topology design space and the(More)
—This paper proposes a novel application-specific Network-on-Chip (NoC) topology synthesis method in which the partial connection and the implementation diversity of routers are exploited. NoC has emerged as a promising solution to future system-on-chip (SoC), and many researchers have focused on the automatic synthesis of NoC topology. In our observation,(More)
SUMMARY Jitter is the variation of latencies, when real-time Intellectual Properties (IPs) are accessing data from the data storages. It is a critical factor for such IPs from the Quality-of-Service (QoS) perspective. Jitter of a real-time IP can be measured by how frequently it experiences the underflows and overflows from its data queue in read mode and(More)