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Conflict analysis in multiprocess synthesis for optimized system integration

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Conflict analysis in multiprocess synthesis for optimized system integration
This paper presents a novel approach for multiprocess synthesis supporting well-tailored module integration at system level. The goal is to extend the local scope of existing architectural synthesis approaches in order to apply global optimization techniques across process bounds for shared system resources (e.g. memories, busses, global ALUs) during scheduling and binding. This allows an area efficient implementation of un-timed or cycle-fixed multiprocess specifications at RT or algorithmic level of abstraction. Furthermore, this approach supports environment-oriented synthesis for optimized module integration by scheduling accesses to global resources with respect to the access schedules of other modules communicating to the same global resources. As a result, dynamic access conflicts can be avoided by construction, and hence, there is no need for dynamic arbitration of bus and memory accesses with potentially unpredictable timing behavior. Categories and Subject Descriptors B.5.2 ...
Oliver Bringmann, Wolfgang Rosenstiel, Axel Sieben
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Year 2005
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Authors Oliver Bringmann, Wolfgang Rosenstiel, Axel Siebenborn
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