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ISVLSI
2006
IEEE
150views VLSI» more  ISVLSI 2006»
14 years 16 days ago
Design and Analysis of a Low Power VLIW DSP Core
Power consumption has been the primary issue in processor design, with various power reduction strategies being adopted from system-level to circuitlevel. In order to develop a po...
Chan-Hao Chang, Diana Marculescu
VLSISP
2008
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13 years 6 months ago
Effective Code Generation for Distributed and Ping-Pong Register Files: A Case Study on PAC VLIW DSP Cores
The compiler is generally regarded as the most important software component that supports a processor design to achieve success. This paper describes our application of the open re...
Yung-Chia Lin, Chia-Han Lu, Chung-Ju Wu, Chung-Lin...
LCPC
2005
Springer
14 years 6 hour ago
Compiler Supports and Optimizations for PAC VLIW DSP Processors
Abstract. Compiler is substantially regarded as the most essential component in the software toolchain to promote a successful processor design. This paper describes our preliminar...
Yung-Chia Lin, Chung-Lin Tang, Chung-Ju Wu, Ming-Y...
ISCAS
2003
IEEE
147views Hardware» more  ISCAS 2003»
13 years 11 months ago
Parameterized and low power DSP core for embedded systems
Conventional ASIC designs are hard to be customized. Therefore DSP core-based ASIC design has potentially large payoff. This approach not only supports improved performance but al...
Ya-Lan Tsao, Ming Hsuan Tan, Jun-Xian Teng, Shyh-J...
LCTRTS
2007
Springer
14 years 19 days ago
Enabling compiler flow for embedded VLIW DSP processors with distributed register files
High-performance and low-power VLIW DSP processors are increasingly deployed on embedded devices to process video and multimedia applications. For reducing power and cost in desig...
Chung-Kai Chen, Ling-Hua Tseng, Shih-Chang Chen, Y...