CART: Communication-Aware Routing Technique for Application-Specific NoCs

@article{Tornero2008CARTCR,
  title={CART: Communication-Aware Routing Technique for Application-Specific NoCs},
  author={Rafael Tornero and Juan M. Ordu{\~n}a and Andres Mejia and Jose Flich and Jos{\'e} Duato},
  journal={2008 11th EUROMICRO Conference on Digital System Design Architectures, Methods and Tools},
  year={2008},
  pages={26-31}
}
Networks on Chip (NoCs) have been shown as an efficient solution to the complex on-chip communication problems derived from the increasing number of processor cores. One of the key issues in the design of NoCs is the reduction of both area and power dissipation. As a result, two-dimensional meshes have become the preferred topology, since it offers low and constant link delay. Unfortunately, manufacturing defects or even real-time failures often make the resulting topology to become irregular… CONTINUE READING

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