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DSP Code Generation with Optimized Data Word-Length Selection

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DSP Code Generation with Optimized Data Word-Length Selection
Digital signal processing applications are implemented in embedded systems with fixed-point arithmetic to minimize the cost and the power consumption. To reduce the application time-to-market, methodologies for automatically determining the fixed-point specification are required. In this paper, a new methodology for optimizing the fixed-point specification in the case of software implementation is described. Especially, the technique proposed to select the data word-length under a computation accuracy constraint is detailed. Indeed, the latest DSP generation allows to manipulate a wide range of data types through sub-word parallelism and multiple-precision instructions. In comparison with the existing methodologies, the DSP architecture is completely taken into account to optimize the execution time under accuracy constraint. Moreover, the computation accuracy evaluation is based on an analytical approach which allows to minimize the optimization time of the fixed-point specific...
Daniel Menard, Olivier Sentieys
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Type Conference
Year 2004
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Authors Daniel Menard, Olivier Sentieys
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