A Programming Model for an Embedded Media Processing Architecture

@inproceedings{Zhang2005APM,
  title={A Programming Model for an Embedded Media Processing Architecture},
  author={Dan Zhang and Zeng-zhi Li and Hong Song and Long Liu},
  booktitle={SAMOS},
  year={2005}
}
To follow rapid evolution of media processing algorithms, the latest media processing architecture enhances the execution efficiencies of media applications by adding a programmable vision processor and by improving memory hierarchy, while complicates the programming. In this paper, the features of this architecture are analyzed, the reason of inefficiency of media application implemented by general programming model is studied and SPUR programming model is proposed. In SPUR, media data and… CONTINUE READING
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