A general constraint-centric scheduling framework for spatial architectures

  title={A general constraint-centric scheduling framework for spatial architectures},
  author={Tony Nowatzki and Michael Sartin-Tarm and Lorenzo De Carli and Karthikeyan Sankaralingam and Cristian Estan and Behnam Robatmili},
  booktitle={PLDI '13},
Specialized execution using spatial architectures provides energy efficient computation, but requires effective algorithms for spatially scheduling the computation. Generally, this has been solved with architecture-specific heuristics, an approach which suffers from poor compiler/architect productivity, lack of insight on optimality, and inhibits migration of techniques between architectures. Our goal is to develop a scheduling framework usable for all spatial architectures. To this end, we… CONTINUE READING
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