Energy Efficient Hardware-Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware: Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware / Edition 1

Energy Efficient Hardware-Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware: Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware / Edition 1

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1584887419
ISBN-13:
9781584887416
Pub. Date:
10/14/2009
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis

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Overview

Energy Efficient Hardware-Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware: Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware / Edition 1

Rapid energy estimation for energy efficient applications using field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) remains a challenging research topic. Energy dissipation and efficiency have prevented the widespread use of FPGA devices in embedded systems, where energy efficiency is a key performance metric. Helping overcome these challenges, Energy Efficient Hardware-Software Co-Synthesis Using Reconfigurable Hardware offers solutions for the development of energy efficient applications using FPGAs.

The book integrates various high-level abstractions for describing hardware and software platforms into a single, consistent application development framework, enabling users to construct, simulate, and debug systems. Based on these high-level concepts, it proposes an energy performance modeling technique to capture the energy dissipation behavior of both the reconfigurable hardware platform and the target applications running on it. The authors also present a dynamic programming-based algorithm to optimize the energy performance of an application running on a reconfigurable hardware platform. They then discuss an instruction-level energy estimation technique and a domain-specific modeling technique to provide rapid and fairly accurate energy estimation for hardware-software co-designs using reconfigurable hardware. The text concludes with example designs and illustrative examples that show how the proposed co-synthesis techniques lead to a significant amount of energy reduction.

This book explores the advantages of using reconfigurable hardware for application development and looks ahead to future research directions in the field. It outlines the range of aspects and steps that lead to an energy efficient hardware-software application synthesis using FPGAs.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781584887416
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/14/2009
Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer and Information Science Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.12(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Jingzhao Ou works for the DSP Design Tools and Methodologies Group at Xilinx in San Jose, California.

Viktor K. Prasanna is the Charles Lee Powell Chair in Engineering and professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Southern California.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Overview

Challenges and Contributions

Manuscript Organization

Reconfigurable Hardware

Reconfigurable System-on-Chips (RSoCs)

Design Flows

A High-Level Hardware-Software Application Development Framework

Introduction

Related Work

Our Approach

An Implementation Based on MATLAB/Simulink

Illustrative Examples

Summary

Energy Performance Modeling and Energy Efficient Mapping for a Class of Applications

Introduction

Knobs for Energy Efficient Designs

Related Work

Performance Modeling of RSoC Architectures

Problem Formulation

Algorithm for Energy Minimization

Illustrative Examples

Summary

High-Level Rapid Energy Estimation and Design Space Exploration

Introduction

Related Work

Domain-Specific Modeling

A Two-Step Rapid Energy Estimation Technique

Energy Estimation for Customized Hardware Components

Instruction-Level Energy Estimation for Software Programs

Illustrative Examples

Summary

Hardware-Software Co-Design for Energy Efficient Implementations of Operating Systems

Introduction

Real-Time Operating Systems

On-Chip Energy Management Mechanisms

Related Work

Our Approach

An Implementation Based on MicroC/OS-II

An Implementation Based on TinyOS

Summary

Concluding Remarks and Future Directions

Concluding Remarks

Future Work

References

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