A Model-based Approach for Rapid Prototyping of Parallel Applications on Many-core

  • Ayoub Nouri, Anca Molnos, Marius Bozga, Julien Mottin, Arnaud Tonda, Saddek Bensalem, and Fran├žois Pacull. A Model-based Approach for Rapid Prototyping of Parallel Applications on Many-core. Poster presented at the 51st Design Automation Conference in San Francisco, USA, 2014.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Rapid prototyping of highly parallel applications on many-core platforms is extremely challenging. We present an automated analysis and code generation flow for implementing high-level KPN models on STHORM, an embedded 64-core computing fabric developed by STMicroelectronics. The flow is model-based with sound semantical basis and enables formal verification and performance analysis at different stages. The target for code generation is the MCAPI programming standard which has been ported on STHORM. Currently, the flow is fully operational. We report concrete results obtained on image-processing algorithms and illustrate the potential benefits of the flow for exploring implementation trade-offs.

    @Misc{2014-06-NOURI,
    author = {Ayoub Nouri and Anca Molnos and Marius Bozga and Julien Mottin and Arnaud Tonda and Saddek Bensalem and Fran\c{c}ois Pacull},
    title = {{A Model-based Approach for Rapid Prototyping of Parallel Applications on Many-core}},
    date = {2014-06-01/2014-06-05},
    howpublished = {Poster presented at the 51st Design Automation Conference in San Francisco, USA},
    abstract = {Rapid prototyping of highly parallel applications on many-core platforms is extremely challenging. We present an automated analysis and code generation flow for implementing high-level KPN models on STHORM, an embedded 64-core computing fabric developed by STMicroelectronics. The flow is model-based with sound semantical basis and enables formal verification and performance analysis at different stages. The target for code generation is the MCAPI programming standard which has been ported on STHORM. Currently, the flow is fully operational. We report concrete results obtained on image-processing algorithms and illustrate the potential benefits of the flow for exploring implementation trade-offs.},
    year = {2014}
    }

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