A two-level scheduling method: an effective parallelizing technique for uniform nested loops on a DSP multiprocessor


A digital signal processor (DSP), which is a special-purpose microprocessor, is designed to achieve higher performance on DSP applications. Because most DSP applications contain many nested loops and permit a very high degree of parallelism, the DSP multiprocessor has a suitable architecture to execute these applications. Unfortunately, conventional… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jss.2003.02.001

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