Detail publikace

ASIP Design in the Lissom Project

Originální název

ASIP Design in the Lissom Project

Anglický název

ASIP Design in the Lissom Project

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Embedded systems with application-specific instruction set processors are often used in nowadays digital devices. The processors are highly optimized for a given task allowing better features of the devices. Therefore, one needs to have good tools helping with designing of these processors. Since the processor design and optimization is an iterative process, the tools should be generated in automatic way from a processor description. In this paper, the Lissom project is presented. It provides a whole integrated desktop environment for processors and multiprocessors systems design. The processors are described using architecture description language which was developed in the project.

Anglický abstrakt

Embedded systems with application-specific instruction set processors are often used in nowadays digital devices. The processors are highly optimized for a given task allowing better features of the devices. Therefore, one needs to have good tools helping with designing of these processors. Since the processor design and optimization is an iterative process, the tools should be generated in automatic way from a processor description. In this paper, the Lissom project is presented. It provides a whole integrated desktop environment for processors and multiprocessors systems design. The processors are described using architecture description language which was developed in the project.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT34828,
  author="Zdeněk {Přikryl} and Adam {Husár} and Tomáš {Hruška} and Karel {Masařík}",
  title="ASIP Design in the Lissom Project",
  annote="Embedded systems with application-specific instruction set processors are often
used in nowadays digital devices. The processors are highly optimized for a given
task allowing better features of the devices. Therefore, one needs to have good
tools helping with designing of these processors. Since the processor design and
optimization is an iterative process, the tools should be generated in automatic
way from a processor description. In this paper, the Lissom project is presented.
It provides a whole integrated desktop environment for processors and
multiprocessors systems design. The processors are described using architecture
description language which was developed in the project.",
  address="High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation",
  booktitle="ACACES 2010 - Poster Abstracts",
  chapter="34828",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation",
  year="2010",
  month="july",
  pages="105--108",
  publisher="High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation",
  type="conference paper"
}