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Title: Instruction-set customization for multi-tasking embedded systems
Authors: HUYNH PHUNG HUYNH
Keywords: Custom instructions, runtime reconfiguration, multi-tasking, real-time systems, hardware/software partitioning, instruction-set extension
Issue Date: 7-Oct-2009
Source: HUYNH PHUNG HUYNH (2009-10-07). Instruction-set customization for multi-tasking embedded systems. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Nowadays, electronic products (such as consumer electronics, multimedia and communication devices) require high performance as well as low energy consumption. Designing embedded systems for those products is also constrained by short time-to-market window due to the short life cycle of electronic products as well as the competitive market. In this scenario, instruction-set extensible processor is a promising solution to create a high-performance, low-temperature and low-energy-consumption embedded systems for each product in a short time to market. Recent research has focused on instruction-set customization for an embedded system supporting a single application. However, while multi-tasking applications have become popular in embedded systems, instruction-set customization for multi-tasking embedded systems has remained unexplored. In addition, with the real-time constraint as well as the opportunity of runtime reconfiguration, instruction-set customization for multi-tasking embedded system becomes more complex than ever. In this thesis, we study instruction-set customization for multi-tasking embedded systems.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/18721
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