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[According to the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors(ITRS), the CMOS process technology trend in shrinking the feature sizes, as predicted by the Moore’s law , has led to significant improvements in the chip’s transistor density and achievable clock frequency.]
[In this chapter, after introducing the principles of invasive computing and a considered multi-processor system-on-a-chip (MPSoC) architecture, we dig into deeper details by introducing Tightly Coupled Processor Arrays (TCPAs), a class of coarse-grained reconfigurable processor arrays. After...
[In this chapter, we propose to exploit the simple yet effective idea to power processing elements of a TCPAs on at time of invasion and to shut them down again by power gating as soon as an application retreats.]
[In this chapter, we present for the first time (a) a systematic and holistic method to realise on-demand fault tolerance support on Tightly Coupled Processor Arrays (TCPAs) rather than single processors. Here, we propose (b) different level of replications, i. e., no replication, Dual Modular...
[Today’s computer systems contain chips with dense and various processor designs, comprising general-purpose processors as well as non-programmable or programmable hardware accelerators, such as Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Arrays (CGRAs).]
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