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Design automation model for application-specific processors on reconfigurable fabric

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4 Author(s)
B. Kurumahmut ; CASLAB, Computer Engineering Department, Bo¿aziçi University, ¿stanbul, Turkey ; G. Kabukcu ; R. Ghamari ; A. Yurdakul

The process of embedded system design on reconfigurable architectures needs smart solutions to reduce development life-cycle and to use resources efficiently at run-time. Current solutions are insufficient to enable the embedded system designer to reflect the flexibility that a reconfigurable architecture can offer. Some of the basic problems are lack of flexible operator definitions, very detailed hardware abstraction procedures, a few or no constraints for tasks or loops at the high-level of design abstraction. In this paper, we propose a new model for automated design of application-specific processors in run-time reconfigurable architectures, solving the aforementioned inefficiency problems. Based on the proposal, a design language, a framework and a compiler have also been developed.

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Specification & Design Languages, 2009. FDL 2009. Forum on

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22-24 Sept. 2009