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Enabling Streaming Remoting on Embedded Dual-Core Processors

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Enabling Streaming Remoting on Embedded Dual-Core Processors
Dual-core processors (and, to an extent, multicore processors) have been adopted in recent years to provide platforms that satisfy the performance requirements of popular multimedia applications. This architecture comprises groups of processing units connected by various interprocess communication mechanisms such as shared memory, memory mapping interrupts, mailboxes, and channelbased protocols. The associated challenges include how to provide programming models and environments for developing streaming applications for such platforms. In this paper, we present middleware called streaming RPC for supporting a streaming-function remoting mechanism on asymmetric dual-core architectures. This middleware has been implemented both on an experimental platform known as the PAC dual-core platform and in TI OMAP dual-core environments. We also present an analytic model of streaming equations to optimize the internal handshaking for our proposed streaming RPC. The usage and efficiency of the p...
Kun-Yuan Hsieh, Yen-Chih Liu, Po-Wen Wu, Shou-Wei
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICPP
Authors Kun-Yuan Hsieh, Yen-Chih Liu, Po-Wen Wu, Shou-Wei Chang, Jenq Kuen Lee
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