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Fast Prototyping of POSIX Based Applications on a Multiprocessor SoC Architecture: "Hardware-Dependent Software Oriented Approach"

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5 Author(s)
Senouci, B. ; System-Level Synthesis Group, Grenoble ; Bouchhima, A. ; Rousseau, F. ; Petrot, F.
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This paper describes our experience in using the POSIX API standard for MPSoC applications prototyping on a reconfigurable multiprocessor ARM architecture. Applications running on this platform use a symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) POSIX compliant kernel named MUTEK. This work allows us to investigate and understand the complexities of the hardware/software interface design process. We propose a new generic MPSoC prototyping flow based on the POSIX standard, which allows fast prototyping of POSIX threads based applications

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Rapid System Prototyping, 2006. Seventeenth IEEE International Workshop on

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14-16 June 2006