Latency-insensitive design and central repetitive scheduling

@inproceedings{Boucaron2006LatencyinsensitiveDA,
  title={Latency-insensitive design and central repetitive scheduling},
  author={Julien Boucaron and Robert de Simone and Jean-Vivien Millo},
  booktitle={MEMOCODE},
  year={2006}
}
The theory of latency-insensitive design (LID) was recently invented to cope with the time closure problem in otherwise synchronous circuits and programs. The idea is to allow the inception of arbitrarily fixed (integer) latencies for data/signals traveling along wires or communication media. Then mechanisms such as shell wrappers and relaystations are… CONTINUE READING