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Performance Analysis for Hardware/Software Co-synthesis Imed E. Bennour, Michel Langevin and El M. Aboulhamid
 

Summary: Performance Analysis for Hardware/Software Co-synthesis
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Imed E. Bennour, Michel Langevin and El M. Aboulhamid
Dép. d'I.R.O, Université de Montréal, CP 6128, Centre Ville, H3C-3J7 Montréal, PQ, CANADA
GMD-SET, Schlo Birlinghoven, D-53757 Sankt Augustin, GERMANY
Abstract-- This paper presents a method for estimating
the extreme case bounds (upper-bound and lower-bound)
on the running time of a source program on a target
hardware architecture. The source program may be any
block of code containing data processing and control
statements. The target architecture is specified by a set of
functional units, a set of storage units and an
interconnection network.
I. INTRODUCTION
Hardware/Software (HW/SW) co-synthesis [7] refers to the
design approach which mixes hardware and software
implementations of complex numerical systems in order to
reduce the design cost while satisfying the performance
requirements. A hardware implementation has better
performance, whereas a software implementation has lower

  

Source: Aboulhamid, El Mostapha - Département d'Informatique et recherche opérationnelle, Université de Montréal

 

Collections: Engineering