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Modeling and evaluating nonfunctional properties such as performance, power, and reliability of embedded systems are tasks of utmost importance. In this article, we introduce M<scp>AESTRO</scp>, a methodology for the modeling and evaluation of nonfunctional properties and embedded firmware of MPSoC architecture components at the Electronic System Level(More)
In this paper, we propose a top-down power and performance estimation methodology for heterogeneous multiprocessor systems-on-chip. The proposed approach is applicable at the Electronic System Level (ESL). Thus, power and performance estimation can be applied in very early design phases. By strictly separating the system functionality from its architecture(More)
In striated muscles, intracellular Ca(2+) release is tightly controlled by the membrane voltage sensor. Ca(2+) ions are necessary mediators of this control in cardiac but not in skeletal muscle, where their role is ill-understood. An intrinsic gating oscillation of Ca(2+) release-not involving the voltage sensor-is demonstrated in frog skeletal muscle(More)
MOTIVATION The detection of genomic regions unusually rich in a given pattern is an important undertaking in the analysis of next-generation sequencing data. Recent studies of chromosomal translocations in activated B lymphocytes have identified regions that are frequently translocated to c-myc oncogene. A quantitative method for the identification of(More)
Task-accurate performance estimation methods are widely applied in early design phases to explore different architecture options. These methods rely on accurate annotations generated by software profiling or real measurements to guarantee accurate results. However, in practice, such accurate annotations are not available in early design phases due to lack(More)