Seminar Series 2016 - Borislav Nikolic

Seminar Series 2016 - Borislav Nikolic

On Routing Flexibility of Wormhole-Switched Priority-Preemptive NoCs
4, Oct, 2016 11:30-12:30 (1 hour)
CISTER, Porto, Portugal

Flit-level preemptions via virtual channels have been proposed as one viable method to implement priority preemptive arbitration policies in NoC routers, and integrate NoCs in the hard real-time domain.
In recent years, researchers have explored several aspects of priority-preemptive NoCs, such as different arbitration techniques, different priority assignment methods (where applicable) and different workload mapping approaches, all with the common objective to use interconnect mediums more efficiently. Yet, the impact of different routing techniques on such a model is still an unexplored topic.
Motivated by this reality, in this talk we study the effects of routing flexibility on wormhole-switched priority-preemptive NoCs.

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Borislav Nikolic

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