Self-adaptive harris corner detector on heterogeneous many-core processor
Invasive Computing is a research program that aims at developing a new paradigm to address the hardwareand software challenges of managing and using massively-parallel MPSoCs of the years 2020 and beyond. The program encompasses twelve projects from the areas of computer architecture, system software, programming systems, algorithm engineering and applications. The core idea is to let applications manage the available computing resources on a local scope and to provide means for a dynamic and fine-grained expansion and contraction of parallelism. In this paper we present initial thoughts on operating-system support for the invasive paradigm and discuss first experimental results with run-time support for invasive programs.