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Issue No. 05 - September/October (2010 vol. 30)
ISSN: 0272-1732
pp: 88-97
Koen Bertels , Delft University of Technology
Vlad-Mihai Sima , Delft University of Technology
Yana Yankova , Delft University of Technology
Georgi Kuzmanov , Delft University of Technology
Wayne Luk , Imperial College London
Gabriel Coutinho , Imperial College London
Fabrizio Ferrandi , Politecnico di Milano
Christian Pilato , Politecnico di Milano
Marco Lattuada , Politecnico di Milano
Donatella Sciuto , Politecnico di Milano
Andrea Michelotti , Atmel Roma
<p>Developing heterogeneous multicore platforms requires choosing the best hardware configuration for mapping the application, and modifying that application so that different parts execute on the most appropriate hardware component. The hArtes toolchain provides the option of automatic or semi-automatic support for this mapping. During test and validation on several computation-intensive applications, hArtes achieved substantial speedups and drastically reduced development times.</p>
reconfigurable hardware, hardware-software interface, compiler, tool chain, hArtes, heterogeneous multicore platforms

M. Lattuada et al., "HArtes: Hardware-Software Codesign for Heterogeneous Multicore Platforms," in IEEE Micro, vol. 30, no. , pp. 88-97, 2010.
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