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A Flexible Module Library for Custom DSP Applications in a Multiprocessor Environment

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4 Author(s)
Blokken, E. ; IMEC Lab., Leuven, Belgium ; De Keulenaer, H. ; Catthoor, F. ; De Man, H.

In this paper, the module library for the CATHEDRAL-II synthesis environment is discussed. The underlying architectural style is denned as a hierarchical composition of flexible and parameterizable data-paths, microcoded control units, interprocessor communication protocols and I/O interfaces. This paper discusses the module library for the data-paths. The general philosophy behind this library, the implementation strategy, some special features and some results from measurement and testing are presented.

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Solid-State Circuits Conference, 1989. ESSCIRC '89. Proceedings of the 15th European

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20-22 Sept. 1989

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