Model-Integrated Program Synthesis Environment

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Model-Integrated Program Synthesis Environment
In this paper, it is shown that, through the use of Model-Integrated Program Synthesis MIPS, parallel real-time implementations of image processing data ows can be synthesized from high level graphical speci cations. The complex details inherent to parallel and real-time software development become transparent to the programmer, enabling the cost-e ective exploitation of parallel hardware for building more exible and powerful real-time imaging systems. The Model Integrated Real-Time Imagine Processing System MIRTIS is presented as an example. MIRTIS employs the Multigraph Architecture MGA, a framework and set of tools for building MIPS systems, to generate parallel real-time image processing software which runs under the control of a parallel run-time kernel on a network of Texas Instruments TMS320C40 DSPs C40s. The MIRTIS models contain graphical declarations of the image processing computations to be performed, the available hardware resources, and the timing constraints of the appl...
Janos Sztipanovits, Gabor Karsai, Hubertus Franke
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Type Conference
Year 1996
Where ECBS
Authors Janos Sztipanovits, Gabor Karsai, Hubertus Franke
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