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The demand for high-performance architectures and powerful battery-operated mobile devices has accentuated the need for low-power systems. In many media and embedded applications, the memory system can consume more than 50% of the overall system energy, making it a ripe candidate for...
Efficient implementation of DSP applications is critical for many embedded systems. Optimizing compilers for application programs, written in C, largely focus on code generation and scheduling, which, with their growing maturity, are providing diminishing returns. As DSP applications typically...
Due to an increasing need for flexibility, embedded systems embody more and more programmable processors as their core components. Due to silicon area and power considerations, the corresponding instruction sets are often highly encoded to minimize code size for given performance requirements....
In this article, we present a novel linear time algorithm for data remapping , that is, (i) lightweight; (ii) fully automated; and (iii) applicable in the context of pointer-centric programming languages with dynamic memory allocation support. All previous work in this area lacks one or more of...
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