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Co-Synthesis of Energy-Efficient Multi-Mode Embedded Systems with Consideration of Mode Execution Probabilities

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A co-synthesis methodology for design of energy-efficient multi-mode embedded systems is presented. The third part of this thesis concentrates on energy minimisation of emerging distributed embedded systems that accommodate several different application within a single device, i.e., multi-mode embedded systems. A new co-synthesis technique for multi-mode embedded systems based on a novel operational-mode-state-machine specification is presented. The technique increases significantly the energy savings by considering of mode execution probabilities that yields better resource sharing opportunities. The capability of LOPOCOS in efficiently exploring the architectural design space is demonstrated through a system-level design of a realistic smart phone example that integrates a GSM cellular phone transcoder, an MP3 decoder, as well as a JPEG image encoder and decoder.

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Schmitz, Marcus T, Al-Hashimi, Bashir M and Eles, Petru (2005) Co-Synthesis of Energy-Efficient Multi-Mode Embedded Systems with Consideration of Mode Execution Probabilities IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design

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Published date: February 2005
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 260131
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/260131
PURE UUID: 55e3aca2-4348-45e0-b0bf-483e414db885

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Date deposited: 23 Nov 2004
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:16

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Author: Marcus T Schmitz
Author: Petru Eles

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