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ePUMA : Embedded Parallel DSP Processor Architecture with Unique Memory Access

@inproceedings{Wang2010ePUMAE,
  title={ePUMA : Embedded Parallel DSP Processor Architecture with Unique Memory Access},
  author={J. Wang and Joar Sohl and Olof Kraigher and Lan Dong and Dake Liu},
  year={2010}
}
ePUMA[1] is an ongoing project in the Division of Computer Engineering at Linköping university, Sweden. It is supported by the SSF, Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research. The goal of this project is to develop a Parallel ASIP DSP processor for realtime stream computing. The essential technology is to separate data access kernels from arithmetic computing kernels so as to hide or minimize data access time by running these two types of kernels in parallel. Both our hardware system and… Expand

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