Raphaël David

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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)
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, the STMicroelectronics/CEA Platform 2012 (P2012) project designed an area- and power-efficient many-core accelerator as an answer to the needs of computing power of next-generation data-intensive embedded applications.(More)
Embedded architectures are moving to multi-core and many-core concepts in order to sustain ever growing computing requirements within complexity and power budgets. Programming many-core architectures not only needs parallel programming skills, but also efficient exploitation of fine grain parallelism at both architecture and runtime levels. Scheduler(More)