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While one trend is ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems, Vol. 10, No. 1, January 2005. 48 • S. O. Memik et al. toward embedding reconfigurable cores into SoCs with processors, DSPs, etc. [Hauck et al. 1997; Actel ; Altera Corp. ; Chameleon Systems], another direction of new architectures considers integration of optimized cores and hardwired blocks with reconfigurable fabric. The main goal here is to utilize the optimized blocks to improve the system performance. Such programmable devices are targeted for a class of applications, such as DSP [Xilinx, Inc.

Then, while computing the weight for a certain assignment of an operation to a clock step, we determine the difference between the average slack the operation could attain and the amount it can attain if the current assignment were to take place. The latency constraint is necessary in this case, since the flexibility in finish times of operations needs to be bounded. ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems, Vol. 10, No. 1, January 2005. • A Scheduling Algorithm for Optimization and Early Planning 53 Table VI.

This local problem in turn is solved optimally by converting it to the max-weighted k-chain problem [Atallah and Kosaraju 1989]. The bipartite matching basically provides the assignment of operations to control steps. DFGs impose a data dependency constraint on the scheduling problem. This is reflected in our algorithm by the noncrossing property of the matching solution. Furthermore, the matching is weighted and the objective is to produce a matching with maximum edge weight total. The particular objective function of the actual scheduling problem is embodied within the maximumweight objective of the matching.

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ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (January) by M. Gasteier, S. Liao, X. Song on the crossing distribution problem, J.-Y. Jou on two-level logic minimization for low power, F. Vahid on procedure cloning, Q. Wang, G. Yeap on power reduction and power delay trade-offs, others M. Glesner


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