The AXIOM project (Agile, eXtensible, fast I/O Module)

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The AXIOM project (Agile, eXtensible, fast I/O Module)
—The AXIOM project (Agile, eXtensible, fast I/O Module) aims at researching new software/hardware architectures for the future Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs). These systems are expected to react in real-time, provide enough computational power for the assigned tasks, consume the least possible energy for such task (energy efficiency), scale up through modularity, allow for an easy programmability across performance scaling, and exploit at best existing standards at minimal costs. Current solutions for providing enough computational power are mainly based on multi- or many-core architectures. For example, some current research projects (such as ADEPT or PSOCRATES) are already investigating how to join efforts from the High-Performance Computing (HPC) and the Embedded Computing domains, which are both focused on high power efficiency, while GPUs and new Dataflow platforms such as Maxeler, or in general FPGAs, are claimed as the most energy efficient. We present the project’s initi...
Dimitris Theodoropoulos, Dionisios N. Pnevmatikato
Added 17 Apr 2016
Updated 17 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2015
Authors Dimitris Theodoropoulos, Dionisios N. Pnevmatikatos, Carlos Álvarez, Eduard Ayguadé, Javier Bueno, Antonio Filgueras, Daniel Jiménez-González, Xavier Martorell, Nacho Navarro, Carlos Segura, Carles Fernández, David Oro, Javier Rodríguez Saeta, Paolo Gai, Antonio Rizzo, Roberto Giorgi
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