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Generalized Strictly Periodic Scheduling Analysis, Resource Optimization, and Implementation of Adaptive Streaming Applications
This thesis focuses on addressing four research problems in designing embedded streaming systems.
LIACS receives grant from Intel
LIACS receives grant from Intel for research and development of innovative technology to program multi-processors.
Semi-partitioned Scheduling and Task Migration in Dataflow Networks
Promotor: Ed F. Deprettere, Co-promotor: Todor P. Stefanov
Improved hard real-time scheduling and transformations for embedded Streaming Applications
This thesis addresses the problem of designing performance and energy efficient embedded streaming systems, that is, systems which process a stream of input data coming from the environment and generate a stream of output data going into the environment.
Estimation and Optimization of the Performance of Polyhedral Process Networks
Promotor: E.F.A. Deprettere, Co-Promotor: A.C.J. Kienhuis
On the Power Efficiency, Low latency, and Quality of Service in Network-on-Chip
In multi/many-core System-on-Chips (SoCs), the performance is almost linearly scaling with the number of processing elements.
Reden Valencia Libo-on
Faculty of Humanities