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A model-based inter-process resource sharing approach for high-level synthesis of dataflow graphs


Publication Details
Author(s): Zebelein C, Falk J, Haubelt C, Teich J
Publication year: 2012
Pages range: 17-22
ISBN: 9782953998719

Event details
Event: 2nd Electronic System Level Synthesis Conference, ESLsyn 2012
Event location: San Francisco, CA
Start date of the event: 02/06/2012
End date of the event: 03/06/2012

Abstract

High-level synthesis tools are gaining more and more acceptance in industrial design flows. While they increase productivity in implementing a single complex hardware module, synthesizing and optimizing many hardware components simultaneously is still an open problem. In particular, resource sharing is typically only performed for single components, thereby neglecting optimization possibilities across concurrent modules. On the other hand, domain-specific models and specifications, which are generally seen as a key ingredient to raise the level of abstraction in future design flows, may enable such global optimizations. In this paper, we present a model-based approach for inter-process resource sharing which provides for efficient high-level synthesis of streaming applications modeled as a set of communicating processes. The applicability of the proposed approach is validated by a case study. © 2012 ECSI.



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APA: Zebelein, C., Falk, J., Haubelt, C., & Teich, J. (2012). A model-based inter-process resource sharing approach for high-level synthesis of dataflow graphs. (pp. 17-22). San Francisco, CA, US.

MLA: Zebelein, Christian, et al. "A model-based inter-process resource sharing approach for high-level synthesis of dataflow graphs." Proceedings of the 2nd Electronic System Level Synthesis Conference, ESLsyn 2012, San Francisco, CA 2012. 17-22.

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