4 edition of High-level Estimation and Exploration of Reliability for Multi-Processor System-on-Chip found in the catalog.
Source title: High-level Estimation and Exploration of Reliability for Multi-Processor System-on-Chip (Computer Architecture and Design Methodologies)
|LC Classifications||May 12, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
From 2015 till 2016, he worked in the Bio-inspired Reconfigurable Analog INtegrated BRAIN Systems Lab, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in the field of neuromorphic ASIC and hardware security. Jawad worked as a power management architect for high-performance processors Sandy Bridge, Haswell, Skylake, etc in the Processors' Architecture group at the Intel Corporation for 13 years.
Explanations of specific platforms for automotive and real-time computing are also included. He has participated several international research projects funded by European Union, German Research Foundation, and Singaporean and Chinese grant agencies. In 2010 he joined as a research associate in the Institute for Communication Technologies and Embedded Systems ICE of RWTH-Aachen University, Germany, where he obtained the PhD Dr.
DAC, DATE, GLSVLSI, ISCAS, ISQED.
A novel adaptive pipelined MPSoC architecture is described, where idle processors are transitioned into low-power states at run-time to reduce energy consumption. From 2008 till 2009, he worked in the mobile sector of Infineon Technologies AG in Munich currently Intel Mobile Communications. Yosi Ben-Asher received his PhD degree in Computer Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before that, he worked for 11 years as a senior researcher and principal engineer at Intel.
This book, presented in two volumes — Architectures and Applications — therefore celebrates the 20th anniversary of MPSoC, an interdisciplinary forum that focuses on multi-core and multi-processor hardware and software systems. It details a full software design approach, allowing systematic, high-level mapping of software applications on heterogeneous MPSoC.
Among his achievements at Intel, he was the chief architect of the CMP multicore-on-chip feature of the first dual-core processors Intel developed, for which he received the Intel Achievement Award the highest award at Intel. Together with his doctoral students, Anupam proposed domain-specific, high-level synthesis for cryptography, high-level reliability estimation flows for embedded processors, generalisation of classic linear algebra kernels and a novel multi-layered coarse-grained reconfigurable architecture.
This reflects the fact that certain processor jobs cannot be easily parallelized to run concurrently on multiple processing cores and that load balancing between processing cores — especially heterogeneous cores — is very difficult.
During his PhD, he worked on automatic RTL generation from the architecture description language LISA, which was later commercialized by a leading EDA vendor.
In his doctoral thesis, he proposed a language-based modeling, exploration and implementation framework for partially re-configurable processors. This book explores energy efficiency techniques for high-performance computing HPC systems using power-management methods. DAC, DATE, GLSVLSI, ISCAS, ISQED. It also presents a survey of state-of-the-art problems and solutions, offering insights into reliability issues in digital design and their cross-layer countermeasures.
His research interests include energy aware computing, power estimation and applications, and low power IC design. This book describes analytical models and estimation methods to enhance performance estimation of pipelined multiprocessor systems-on-chip MPSoCs.
A Multi-Processor System-on-Chip MPSoC is the key component for complex applications.
From 2015 till 2016, he worked in the Bio-inspired Reconfigurable Analog INtegrated BRAIN Systems Lab, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in the field of neuromorphic ASIC and hardware security.
The 32 revised full papers presented together with two invited and keynote papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 174 submissions.
In 2010 he joined as a research associate in the Institute for Communication Technologies and Embedded Systems ICE of RWTH-Aachen University, Germany, where he obtained the PhD Dr.
This task is known to be tedious and error prone, because it requires a combination of high level programming environments with low level software design.