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ARTE: An Application-specific Run-Time management framework for multi-core systems

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4 Author(s)
Mariani, G. ; ALaRI, Univ. of Lugano, Lugano, Switzerland ; Palermo, G. ; Silvano, C. ; Zaccaria, V.

Programmable multi-core and many-core platforms increase exponentially the challenge of task mapping and scheduling, provided that enough task-parallelism does exist for each application. This problem worsens when dealing with small ecosystems such as embedded systems-on-chip. In fact, in this case, the assumption of exploiting a traditional operating system is out of context given the memory available to satisfy the run-time footprint of such a configuration.

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Application Specific Processors (SASP), 2011 IEEE 9th Symposium on

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5-6 June 2011