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Modular domain-specific implementation and exploration framework for embedded software platforms

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Modular domain-specific implementation and exploration framework for embedded software platforms
This paper focuses on designing network processing software for embedded processors. Our design flow CRACC represents an efficient path to implementation based on a modular application description, while avoiding much of the overhead of existing component-based techniques. We illustrate results for a real-world application implementing a full IP-based DSL Access Multiplexer (IP-DSLAM) system. We quantify overhead and optimization potential incurred by our modular implementation. We also point out how CRACC can be deployed for HW-SW partitioning and design space exploration. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.6 [Software Engineering]: Programming Environments. D.3.4 [Programming Languages]: Processors - code generation. General Terms Design, Languages, Performance. Keywords Software Development, Programmable Platforms, Design Space Exploration, DSLAM, Network Processing.
Christian Sauer, Matthias Gries, Sören Sonnta
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where DAC
Authors Christian Sauer, Matthias Gries, Sören Sonntag
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