An architectural co-synthesis algorithm for distributed, embedded computing systems

@article{Wolf1997AnAC,
  title={An architectural co-synthesis algorithm for distributed, embedded computing systems},
  author={Marilyn Wolf},
  journal={IEEE Trans. VLSI Syst.},
  year={1997},
  volume={5},
  pages={218-229}
}
Many embedded computers are distributed systems, composed of several heterogeneous processors and communication links of varying speeds and topologies. This paper describes a new, heuristic algorithm which simultaneously synthesizes the hardware and software architectures of a distributed system to meet a performance goal and minimize cost. The hardware architecture of the synthesized system consists of a network of processors of multiple types and arbitrary communication topology; the software… CONTINUE READING
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