Automated Techniques for Designing Embedded Signal Processors on Distributed Platforms

@inproceedings{Gerber1998AutomatedTF,
  title={Automated Techniques for Designing Embedded Signal Processors on Distributed Platforms},
  author={Richard Gerber},
  year={1998}
}
In this paper, we present a performance-based technique to help synthesize high-bandwidth radar processors on commodity platforms. This problem is innately complex, for a number of reasons. Contemporary radars are very compute-intensive: they have high pulse rates, and they sample a large amount of range readings at each pulse. Indeed, modern radar processors can require CPU loads of in high-gigaaop to tera-op ranges, performance which is only achieved by exploiting the radar's inherent data… CONTINUE READING

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