Off-Line Placement of Tasks onto Reconfigurable Hardware Considering Geometrical Task Variants

  title={Off-Line Placement of Tasks onto Reconfigurable Hardware Considering Geometrical Task Variants},
  author={Klaus Danne and Sven St{\"u}hmeier},
We consider off-line task placement onto reconfigurable hardware devices (RHDs), which are increasingly used in embedded systems. The tasks are modelled as three dimensional boxes given by their footprint times execution time which results into a three dimensional orthogonal packing problem. Unlike other approaches, we allow several alternative implementation variants for each task, which enables better placements. We apply modified heuristic methods from chip floorplanning to select and place… CONTINUE READING


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