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Found in: Computer
By Roger D. Chamberlain, Mark A. Franklin, Eric J. Tyson, James H. Buckley, Jeremy Buhler, Greg Galloway, Saurabh Gayen, Michael Hall, E.F. Berkley Shands, Naveen Singla
Issue Date:March 2010
pp. 42-49
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Application development on hybrid systems
Found in: SC Conference
By Roger D. Chamberlain, Mark A. Franklin, Eric J. Tyson, Jeremy Buhler, Saurabh Gayen, Patrick Crowley, James H. Buckley
Issue Date:November 2007
pp. 1-10
Hybrid systems consisting of a multitude of different computing device types are interesting targets for high-performance applications. Chip multiprocessors, FPGAs, DSPs, and GPUs can be readily put together into a hybrid system; however, it is not at all ...
 
A Federated Simulation Environment for Hybrid Systems
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Workshop on
By Saurabh Gayen, Eric J. Tyson, Mark A. Franklin, Roger D. Chamberlain
Issue Date:June 2007
pp. 198-210
Hybrid computing systems consisting of multiple platform types (e.g., general purpose processors, FPGAs etc.) are increasingly being used to achieve higher performance and lower costs than can be obtained with homogeneous systems (e.g., processor clusters)...
 
Use of a Soft-Core Processor in a Hardware/Software Codesign Laboratory
Found in: Microelectronics Systems Education, IEEE International Conference on/Multimedia Software Engineering, International Symposium on
By Roger Chamberlain, John Lockwood, Saurabh Gayen, Richard Hough, Phillip Jones
Issue Date:June 2005
pp. 97-98
This paper describes our experience to date and current plans for a senior-level microelectronics laboratory course on hardware/software codesign. The course utilizes an open-source, soft-core processor deployed on the FPX platform as an integral component...
   
Application development on hybrid systems
Found in: Proceedings of the 2007 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (SC '07)
By Eric J. Tyson, James H. Buckley, Jeremy Buhler, Mark A. Franklin, Patrick Crowley, Roger D. Chamberlain, Saurabh Gayen
Issue Date:November 2007
pp. 24-31
Hybrid systems consisting of a multitude of different computing device types are interesting targets for high-performance applications. Chip multiprocessors, FPGAs, DSPs, and GPUs can be readily put together into a hybrid system; however, it is not at all ...
     
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