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Compiler assisted runtime task scheduling on a reconfigurable computer

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3 Author(s)
Sabeghi, M. ; Comput. Eng. Lab., Delft Univ. of Technol., Delft, Netherlands ; Sima, V.-M. ; Bertels, K.

Multitasking reconfigurable computers with one or more reconfigurable processors are being used increasingly during the past few years. One of the major challenges in such systems is the scheduling and allocation of the tasks on the reconfigurable fabric. In this paper we present a two level scheduling mechanism for tightly coupled reconfigurable architecture machines. To overcome the complexity of identifying kernels at runtime, we use the compiler support. The compiler provides the runtime system with a configuration call graph which will be used as a viable source of information for the scheduling algorithm. We combine the configuration call graphs from all running applications and extract the distance to the next call and frequency of calls in future for each kernel from this graph. We base our scheduling decisions on these two parameters. Evaluation results show that the proposed method is very promising and it has the potential to be considered for future research.

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Field Programmable Logic and Applications, 2009. FPL 2009. International Conference on

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Aug. 31 2009-Sept. 2 2009

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