Young-Don Bae

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As mobile applications are moving to realtime multimedia, more functions are integrated into handheld devices [1-4]. Unlike the realtime decoding of MPEG-4 video [1,4], the performances of hardware-accelerated 3D solutions designed for mobile platforms are still below the market demands showing only limited shading operations [2,3]. Since the realization of(More)
A low-power graphics LSI is designed and implemented for mobile multimedia applications. The LSI contains a 32bit RISC processor with enhanced MAC, a 3D rendering engine, programmable power optimizer, and 29Mb embedded DRAM. Full 3D graphics pipeline featuring 264Mtexels/s texture-mapped 3D graphics as well as 2D MPEG-4 video decoding can be realized while(More)
This paper presents a single-chip programmable platform that integrates most of hardware blocks required in the design of embedded system chips. The platform includes a 32-bit multithreaded RISC processor (MT-RISC), configurable logic clusters (CLCs), programmable first-in-first-out (FIFO) memories, control circuitry, and on-chip memories. For rapid thread(More)
This paper describes a configurable platform chip integrating 9 heterogeneous processors, which is designed to enable rapid prototyping and verification without translating functional behaviors into hardware blocks. The chip consists of a 32-bit multithreaded RISC processor for fast context switching, four 32-bit SIMD processors for data-intensive(More)
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