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Existent hardware-software (HW-SW) codesign tools mainly focus on HW-SW cosimulation to build a virtual prototyping environment that enables software design and system verification without need of making a hardware prototype. Not only HW-SW cosimulation, but also HW-SW codesign methodology involves system specification, functional simulation, design-space(More)
Intelligent solid-state drives (iSSDs) allow execution of limited application functions (e.g., data filtering or aggregation)on their internal hardware resources, exploiting SSD characteristics and trends to provide large and growing performance and energy efficiency benefits. Most notably, internal flash media bandwidth can be significantly (2-4x or more)(More)
Tremendous compute throughput is becoming available in personal desktop and laptop systems through the use of graphics processing units (GPUs). However, exploiting this resource requires re-architecting an application to fit a data parallel programming model. The complex graph traversal routines in the inference process for large vocabulary continuous(More)
Poor performance of HW/SW cosimulation is mainly caused by synchronization requirement between component simulators. Virtual synchronization technique was proposed to remove the need of synchronization in cycle accurate cosimulation. But the previous execution-driven simulation based on virtual synchronization has limitations in the application area. In(More)
Automatic speech recognition is a key technology for enabling rich human-computer interaction in emerging applications. Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based recognition approaches are widely used for modeling the human speech process by constructing probabilistic estimates of the underlying word sequence from an acoustic signal. High-accuracy speech recognition,(More)
We propose four application-level implementation alternatives called algorithm styles and construct highly optimized implementations on two parallel platforms: an Intel Core i7 multicore processor and a NVIDIA GTX280 manycore processor. The highest performing algorithm style varies with the implementation platform. On a 44-min speech data set, we(More)
Hardware/software codesign involves various design problems including system specification, design space exploration, hardware/software co-verification, and system synthesis. A codesign environment is a software tool that facilitates capabilities to solve these design problems. This paper presents the peace codesign environment mainly targeting for(More)
As MPSoC has become an effective solution to ever-increasing design complexity of modern embedded systems, fast and accurate cosimulation of such systems is becoming a tough challenge. Cosimulation performance is in inverse proportion to the number of processor simulators in conventional cosimulation frameworks with lock-step synchronization schemes. To(More)
Hardware/Software cosimulation is the key process to shorten the design turn around time. We have proposed a novel technique, called virtual synchronization, for fast and time accurate cosimulation that involves component simulators running concurrently and interacting with each other. In this paper, we further extend the virtual synchronization technique(More)