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The demand for flexible embedded solutions and short time-to-market has led to the development of extensible processors that allow for customization through user-defined instruction set extensions (ISEs). These are usually identified from plain C sources. In this article, we propose a combined exploration of code transformations and ISE identification. The resulting performance of such a combination has been measured on two benchmark suites. Our results demonstrate that combined code transformations and ISEs can yield average performance improvements of 49%. This outperforms ISEs when applied in isolation, and in extreme cases yields a speed-up of 2.85.
|Number of pages||31|
|Journal||ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 2009|
- 1 Finished
PASTA: Automated systhesis of high performance low power embedded systems.
Topham, N., Franke, B. & O'Boyle, M.
1/03/06 → 5/09/10