|Reconfigurable platform for content science research
|11th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications
The College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the National Taiwan University has identied the area of content science for media-rich life, broadly construed, as one of core areas for the college's future directions. One major aspect of this project is to develop the enabling technology for reconfigurable platforms for multimedia applications. Specifically, the goal is to develop reconfigurable platforms of system-on-a-chip (SoC) components for the applications to support the needs of multi-modal multimedia contents and to provide rapid system prototyping. The faculties in the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science have formed a multi-discipline team to develop such technology. Our team includes seven faculties and more than thirty students from the college. This short report describes the reconfigurable platform for content science research activities currently underway by our team. Our current activities include to develop the technology to analyze the critical path for avoiding hardware contention, to minimize the use of logic components, to design the multimedia IPs, to optimally route the bus and place the logic units, to design energy efficient cache, to evaluate the performance and power consumption, to design the algorithm for temporal floor-planning/placement. © 2005 IEEE.
|Algorithms; Computer hardware; Critical path analysis; Information retrieval; Internet; Multimedia systems; Rapid prototyping; Software engineering; Students; Content science; Hardware contention; Multimedia contents; System-on-a-chip (SoC) components; Computer science
|Appears in Collections:
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.