Mythri Alle

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Emerging embedded applications are based on evolving standards (e.g., MPEG2/4, H.264/265, IEEE802.11a/b/g/n). Since most of these applications run on handheld devices, there is an increasing need for a single chip solution that can dynamically interoperate between different standards and their derivatives. In order to achieve high resource utilization and(More)
Research on High-Level Synthesis has mainly focused on applications with statically determinable characteristics and current tools often perform poorly in presence of data-dependent memory accesses. The reason is that they rely on conservative static scheduling strategies, which lead to inefficient implementations. In this work, we propose to address this(More)
In this paper we explore an implementation of a high-throughput, streaming application on REDEFINE-v2, which is an enhancement of REDEFINE. REDEFINE is a polymorphic ASIC combining the flexibility of a programmable solution with the execution speed of an ASIC. In REDEFINE Compute Elements are arranged in an 8x8 grid connected via a Network on Chip (NoC)(More)
H.264 video standard achieves high quality video along with high data compression when compared to other existing video standards. H.264 uses context-based adaptive variable length coding (CAVLC) to code residual data in Baseline profile. In this paper, we describe a novel architecture for CAVLC decoder, including coeff token decoder, level de-coder, total(More)