A technique for QoS-based system partitioning

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A technique for QoS-based system partitioning
Quality of service (QoS) has been an important topic of many research communities. Combined with an advanced and retargetable compiler, variability of applicationsspecific very large instruction word (VLIW) processors has been shown to provide excellent platform for optimizing performance under area constraints. Although media servers and others that are natural candidates for QoS management are embedded systems and implementing QoS management using the applicationsspecific VLIW platform can provide a new horizon for efficient and effective system design, until now no effort has been reported. In this paper, we introduce a QoS-based system partitioning scheme that addresses the need for maximizing net benefit of a system under resource constraints by exploiting applicationsspecific VLIW processors. The approach utilizes the modern advances in compiler technology and architectural enhancements that are well matched to the compiler technology. Experimental results indicate that the appro...
Johnson S. Kin, Chunho Lee, William H. Mangione-Sm
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Authors Johnson S. Kin, Chunho Lee, William H. Mangione-Smith, Miodrag Potkonjak
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