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SPACE: Semi-Partitioned CachE for Energy Efficient, Hard Real-Time Systems Chinese 0417

3 weeks ago
Multi-core processors are increasingly popular because they yield higher performance, but they also present new challenges for hard real-time systems in that they make it much more difficult to estimate a task’s worst-case execution time (WCET).

SPACE: Semi-Partitioned CachE for Energy Efficient, Hard Real-Time Systems

3 weeks ago
Multi-core processors are increasingly popular because they yield higher performance, but they also present new challenges for hard real-time systems in that they make it much more difficult to estimate a task’s worst-case execution time (WCET).

SPACE: Semi-Partitioned CachE for Energy Efficient, Hard Real-Time Systems Spanish 0417

3 weeks ago
Abstract—Multi-core processors are increasingly popular because they yield higher performance, but they also present new challenges for hard real-time systems in that they make it much more difficult to estimate a task’s worst-case execution time (WCET).

Interactive Exploration of Cosmological Dark-Matter Simulation Data

2 months ago
The winning entry of the 2015 IEEE Scientific Visualization Contest, this article describes a visualization tool for cosmological data resulting from dark-matter simulations. This video demonstrates the tool’s individual elements as well as the overall application the authors created by combining them.

Linear Branch Entropy: Characterizing and Optimizing Branch Behavior…0317 Spanish

2 months ago
In this paper, we propose linear branch entropy, a new metric for characterizing branch behavior. Linear branch entropy is independent of the configuration of a specific branch predictor, but is highly correlated with the branch misprediction rate of any predictor. In particular, we empirically derive a linear relationship between linear branch entropy and branch misprediction […]

“Local Culture, Global Habit”

2 months ago
Author David Alan Grier reads the first installment of his new Global Code column, in which he contemplates how computing technology has both changed and been changed by local culture–and what this might mean for our field and for the world. From Computer’s January 2017 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2017/01/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer. Subscribe to the Global Code […]

A License to Build (Software)

2 months ago
Author David Alan Grier reads his new Global Code column, in which he discusses how professional competencies and ethics can be ensured locally while remaining on par with global standards. youtu.be/X3Lh_SGDNHY From Computer’s February 2017 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2017/02/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer.

Bioacoustics-Based Human-Body-Mediated Communication

2 months ago
This video illustrates concepts discussed in Computer’s February 2017 feature article “Bioacoustics-Based Human-Body-Mediated Communication,” by Cheng Zhang and his Georgia Tech colleagues.

PEAF: A Power-Efficient Architecture for SRAM-Based FPGAs Using Reconfigurable Hard Logic Design…

2 months ago
Significant increase of static power in nano-CMOS era and, subsequently, the end of Dennard scaling has put a Power Wall to further integration of CMOS technology in Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). An efficient solution to cope with this obstacle is power gating inactive fractions of a single die, resulting in Dark Silicon. Previous studies employing […]

Aging Resilience and Fault Tolerance in Runtime Reconfigurable Architectures

2 months ago
Terms—Runtime reconfiguration, aging mitigation, fault-tolerance, resilience, graceful degradation, FPGARuntime reconfigurable architectures based on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) allow area- and power-efficient acceleration of complex applications. However, being manufactured in latest semiconductor process technologies, FPGAs are increasingly prone to aging effects, which reduce the reliability and lifetime of such systems. Aging mitigation and fault tolerance techniques […]

Design and Applications for Embedded Networks-on-Chip on FPGAs

2 months ago
Field-programmable gate-arrays (FPGAs) have evolved to include embedded memory, high-speed I/O interfaces and processors, making them both more efficient and easier-to-use for compute acceleration and networking applications. However, implementing on-chip communication is still a designer’s burden wherein custom system-level buses are implemented using the fine-grained FPGA logic and interconnect fabric. Instead, we propose augmenting FPGAs […]

Always-On Speech Recognition Using TrueNorth, a Reconfigurable, Neurosynaptic Processor

2 months ago
Deep neural networks (DNN) have been shown to be very effective at solving challenging problems in several areas of computing, including vision, speech, and natural language processing. However, traditional platforms for implementing these DNNs are often very power hungry, which has lead to significant efforts in the development of configurable platforms capable of implementing these […]