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|Title:||LOW-POWER MANY-CORE ARCHITECTURES FOR THE NEXT GENERATION WEARABLES||Authors:||TAN CHENG||Keywords:||many-core, customization, accelerator, message-passing, network-on-chip, accelerator-fusion||Issue Date:||2-Nov-2018||Citation:||TAN CHENG (2018-11-02). LOW-POWER MANY-CORE ARCHITECTURES FOR THE NEXT GENERATION WEARABLES. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Wearable devices are now leveraging power-efficient processors inside the SoC (System-on-Chip) to cater to the increasing computational demands of the wearable applications, such as real-time response. Many-core architectures enable improved performance by exploiting the available thread-level parallelism in many wearable applications but suffer from high power consumption that is crucial in the wearable domain with stringent power budget. In addition, the power-efficiency can be effectively improved using application-specific ASIC accelerators. However, it is not practical or feasible to design an accelerator for each wearable application starting from scratch due to the prohibitively high non-recurring engineering (NRE) cost and exacting time-to-market constraints. In this dissertation, we focus on novel customizable many-core architecture designs to enable high performance/watt for the next generation wearables.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/151860|
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