Raphaël David

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In addition to the high performance requirements inherent to multimedia processings or to W-CDMA, future generation mobile telecommunications brings new constraints to the semiconductor design world. In fact, to support these processings, a system will have to be very flexible, in order to support the various algorithms allowed by the norm and the addition(More)
The current trend in embedded computing consists in increasing the number of processing resources on a chip. Following this paradigm, cluster-based many-core accelerators with a shared hierarchical memory have emerged. Handling synchronizations on these architectures is critical since parallel implementations speed-ups of embedded applications strongly(More)
Future systems will have to support multiple and concurrent dynamic compute-intensive applications, while respecting real-time and energy consumption constraints. With the increase in the design complexity of MPSoC architectures that must support these constraints, flexible and accurate simulators become a necessity for exploring the vast design space(More)
The need for computing power drastically increases and one solution is to use MPSoC. These MPSoCs become complex with the increase of the number of cores. Thus, designers use simulators to explore the whole platform parameters in order to define the best architecture. These simulators must be fast and accurate whatever is the architecture complexity. This(More)