Source-directed transformations for hardware compilation

@inproceedings{Coutinho2003SourcedirectedTF,
  title={Source-directed transformations for hardware compilation},
  author={Jos{\'e} Gabriel F. Coutinho and Wayne Luk},
  booktitle={FPT},
  year={2003}
}
This paper presents the Haydn-C language and its parallel programming model. They have been developed to support modular hardware design, to improve designer productivity, and to enhance design quality and maintainability. The principal innovation of Haydn-C is a framework of optional annotations to enable users to describe design constraints, and to direct source-level transformations such as scheduling and resource allocation. We have automated such transformations so that a single high-level… CONTINUE READING
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