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A system level design methodology for the optimization of heterogeneous multiprocessors

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2 Author(s)
M. Schwiegershausen ; Lab. fur Informationstechnologie, Hannover Univ., Germany ; P. Pirsch

This paper presents a system level design methodology and its implementation as CAD tool for the optimization of heterogeneous multiprocessor systems. These heterogeneous systems, consisting of dedicated as well as programmable processors, are highly suitable for performing complex schemes of image processing algorithms under real time constraints. It starts from a specification of the image processing scheme, explores the design space based on a finite set of parametrizable processor modules, and by using mixed integer linear programming as mathematical framework derives heterogeneous systems, being optimal in terms of area expense and throughput rate

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System Synthesis, 1995., Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on

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13-15 Sep 1995