On the Limits of Automatic Processor Specialisation by Mapping Dataflow Sections on Ad-hoc Functional Units

@inproceedings{Ienne2002OnTL,
  title={On the Limits of Automatic Processor Specialisation by Mapping Dataflow Sections on Ad-hoc Functional Units},
  author={Paolo. Ienne and L. Pozzi and M. Vuletic},
  year={2002}
}
Many available systems-on-chip embedded processors can be specialised for a given application-domain by adding ad-hoc functional units. These functional units can be used to map clusters of elementary arithmetic or logic operations (sections of the dataflow graph); more complex hardware addons could attack the control flow (e.g., map loops onto sequential functional units). For automatic processor specialisation, the two strategies imply different methods and have a different complexity. Before… CONTINUE READING
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