Salma Hesham

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NoC-based MPSoCs are the fitting platform for the requirements of embedded and cyber physical systems. A significant expanse of these systems abides by real-time constraints which further add to the NoC design challenges. Several architectural solutions are presented in the literature targeting real-time NoCs, also referred to as quality of service (QoS)(More)
The demand on network-on-chips (NoCs) with quality of service guarantees for real-time applications has been massively increasing in the last few years. One of the main techniques used for providing such networks is timedivision-multiplexing (TDM) since it provides hard bandwidth and latency guarantees along with better resources utilization. In this paper,(More)
Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs) have emerged as an evolution trend to meet the growing complexity of embedded applications with increasing computation parallelism. Particularly, real-time applications make out a significant portion of the embedded field. Networks-on-Chip (NoCs) are the backbone of communications in an MPSoC platform. However, the(More)
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