Rate-Optimal Graph Transformation via Extended Retiming and Unfolding �

@inproceedings{ONeil1999RateOptimalGT,
  title={Rate-Optimal Graph Transformation via Extended Retiming and Unfolding �},
  author={Timothy W. O’Neil and Edwin Hsing-Mean Sha},
  year={1999}
}
Many computation-intensi ve iterative or recursi ve applicationscommonly found in digital signalprocessingand imageprocessingapplicationscanberepresentedby data-flowgraphs(DFGs). Theexecutionof all tasksof a DFG is calledan iteration, with the averagecomputation timeof aniterationtheiterationperiod. A greatdealof researchhasbeen doneattemptingto optimizesuchapplicationsby applyingvariousgraph transformationtechniquesto theDFG in orderto minimizethis iteration period.Two of… CONTINUE READING

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