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2001
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Hardware/Software Co-Design Using Functional Languages

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Hardware/Software Co-Design Using Functional Languages
In previous work we have developed and prototyped a silicon compiler which translates a functional language (SAFL) into hardware. Here we present a SAFL-level program transformation which: (i) partitions a specification into hardware and software parts and (ii) generates a specialised architecture to execute the software part. The architecture consists of a number of interconnected heterogeneous processors. Our method allows a large design space to be explored by systematically transforming a single SAFL specification to investigate different points on the area-time spectrum.
Alan Mycroft, Richard Sharp
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where TACAS
Authors Alan Mycroft, Richard Sharp
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