Computing in Heterogeneous, Autonomous 'N' Goal-Oriented Environments (CHANGE), 2011 1st International Workshop on

6-6 March 2011

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  • HERA: Hardware evolution over reconfigurable architectures

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    Since the birth of the Evolvable Hardware (EHW) research field (1993), many FPGA-based evolvable hardware techniques have been devised and proposed to the scientific community. Even if newer EHW systems introduce improvements and new features with respect to the older ones, in most cases they are still based on outdated FPGAs. Thus, they are often limited by the amount of available resources and b... View full abstract»

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  • Self-aware adaptation via implementation hot-swap for heterogeneous computing

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    Modern computing systems contain more and more processing units that are increasingly difficult to exploit; statically optimizing software for all hardware architectures and execution scenarios pose serious challenges. Self-aware adaptive computing systems are capable of adapting their behavior thousands of times per second to accomplish given goals despite living and working in an unpredictable e... View full abstract»

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  • Self-aware heterogeneous MPSoC with dynamic task scheduling for battery lifetime extension

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    This paper introduces a new battery-aware dynamic task scheduling approach for heterogeneous MPSoCs. A collector, a dc-dc converter and a battery module are introduced in the system. Additionally, a configurable and flexible load can be specified for modeling further components. Battery-aware modes of operation are newly introduced to extend battery lifetime. Therefore, processing element allocati... View full abstract»

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  • Reconfigurable interconnect infrastructure for multi-FPGA-based adaptive multiprocessing systems

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    A concept for reconfigurable communication infrastructure for networked control systems is presented in this paper. The communication infrastructure consists of two communication protocols, i.e. wireless communication and wired communication protocols. The concept is dedicated for a hard real-time distributed parameter control system, where each local control module is implemented as a platform wi... View full abstract»

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  • Static memory management within bytecode languages on multicore systems

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    Object-code virtualization, commonly used to achieve software portability, relies on a virtual execution environment, typically comprising an interpreter used for initial execution of methods, and a JIT for native code generation. The availability of multiple processors on current architectures makes it attractive to perform dynamic compilation in parallel with application execution. The pipeline ... View full abstract»

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