Enabling High Performance Computing on Embedded Systems
High Performance Computing (HPC) has classically been the domain of super computers consisting of rooms filled with endless rows of rack-mounted processor blades.Seminar reviews the challenges of accessing the teraflop-range performance potential of these new platforms and explains how high level libraries like Sourcery VSIPL++ and performance profiling tools like System Analyzer can help maximize application speed performance and portability while ensuring high developer productivity.

Architecture of Embedded System
Challenges of Embedded Systems
Embedded system design process
Performance Issues of an Embedded System
Embedded Realtime Systems Programming

SMPS: An FPGA-based Prototyping Environment for Multiprocessor Embedded Systems

Temporal Analysis for Adapting Concurrent Applications to Embedded Systems

Exploiting Hardware/Software Interactions for Analyzing Embedded Systems

Battery Model for Embedded System

Efficient Embedding of Partitioned Circuits onto Multi-FPGA Boards

Fixed-Point Loop Analysis for Complex Embedded Processors

Hybrid Multi-FPGA Board Evaluation by Limiting Multi-Hop Routing

Integrating Security Policies with Deeply Embedded Real-Time Systems

Real Time Dynamic Voltage Scaling for Embedded Systems 

Design of Embedded Systems for Real-Time Vision

Speeding up Power Estimation of Embedded Software

Scratchpad Memory: A Design Alternative for Cache On-Chip Memory in Embedded Systems

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