Publication detail

Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool for Multiprocessor System on Chip

ADAMEC, F. FRÝZA, T.

Original Title

Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool for Multiprocessor System on Chip

Czech Title

Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool for Multiprocessor System on Chip

English Title

Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool for Multiprocessor System on Chip

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The article introduces the Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool (MLCTT) system idea. Today there are many complex projects with digital hardware, where fast speed, low development cost and low power consumption are required. We hope that presented idea can be a good solution for this problem. The introduced MLCTT system is combination of Multiprocessor System on Chip and Multi Core System on Chip. It consist rich set of functional blocks, which are part of almost all modern digital processing systems and defines some basic principles for easy connectivity between those blocks and external environment. By using this solution, the developers can easily create necessarily hardware for target application and easily change it during software development, if necessarily. The main advantage of this solution is independence on used processor/s and easy network on chip scalability. The whole system is based on the SystemC TLM-2.0 model, because those features are suitable for software profiling and dynamic system generation. This allows the best performance and power consumption tuning for a desired application. The basic of this concept and its advantages is introduced in the paper.

Czech abstract

The article introduces the Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool (MLCTT) system idea. Today there are many complex projects with digital hardware, where fast speed, low development cost and low power consumption are required. We hope that presented idea can be a good solution for this problem. The introduced MLCTT system is combination of Multiprocessor System on Chip and Multi Core System on Chip. It consist rich set of functional blocks, which are part of almost all modern digital processing systems and defines some basic principles for easy connectivity between those blocks and external environment. By using this solution, the developers can easily create necessarily hardware for target application and easily change it during software development, if necessarily. The main advantage of this solution is independence on used processor/s and easy network on chip scalability. The whole system is based on the SystemC TLM-2.0 model, because those features are suitable for software profiling and dynamic system generation. This allows the best performance and power consumption tuning for a desired application. The basic of this concept and its advantages is introduced in the paper.

English abstract

The article introduces the Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool (MLCTT) system idea. Today there are many complex projects with digital hardware, where fast speed, low development cost and low power consumption are required. We hope that presented idea can be a good solution for this problem. The introduced MLCTT system is combination of Multiprocessor System on Chip and Multi Core System on Chip. It consist rich set of functional blocks, which are part of almost all modern digital processing systems and defines some basic principles for easy connectivity between those blocks and external environment. By using this solution, the developers can easily create necessarily hardware for target application and easily change it during software development, if necessarily. The main advantage of this solution is independence on used processor/s and easy network on chip scalability. The whole system is based on the SystemC TLM-2.0 model, because those features are suitable for software profiling and dynamic system generation. This allows the best performance and power consumption tuning for a desired application. The basic of this concept and its advantages is introduced in the paper.

Keywords

System on Chip, Multi Core System on Chip, automated design.

RIV year

2010

Released

19.04.2010

Publisher

Department of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology

Location

Brno, Czech Republic

ISBN

978-1-4244-6319-0

Book

Proceedings of 20th International Conference RADIOELEKTRONIKA 2010

Pages from

195

Pages to

198

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT29682,
  author="Filip {Adamec} and Tomáš {Frýza}",
  title="Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool for Multiprocessor System on Chip",
  annote="The article introduces the Multiplatform Library Configuration and Tuning Tool (MLCTT) system idea. Today there are many complex projects with digital hardware, where fast speed, low development cost and low power consumption are required. We hope that presented idea can be a good solution for this problem. The introduced MLCTT system is combination of Multiprocessor System on Chip and Multi Core System on Chip. It consist rich set of functional blocks, which are part of almost all modern digital processing systems and defines some basic principles for easy connectivity between those blocks and external environment. By using this solution, the developers can easily create necessarily hardware for target application and easily change it during software development, if necessarily. The main advantage of this solution is independence on used processor/s and easy network on chip scalability. The whole system is based on the SystemC TLM-2.0 model, because those features are suitable for software profiling and dynamic system generation. This allows the best performance and power consumption tuning for a desired application. The basic of this concept and its advantages is introduced in the paper.",
  address="Department of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 20th International Conference RADIOELEKTRONIKA 2010",
  chapter="29682",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Department of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology",
  year="2010",
  month="april",
  pages="195--198",
  publisher="Department of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}