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Programming Real-Time Multi Computers for Signal Processing



Programming Real-time Multicomputers for Signal Processing describes in depth the problems encountered when programming multicomputers for real-time systems. The book highlights the advantages of the description of algorithms by dataflow graphs, and goes on to give a survey on both the partitioning and allocation approaches described in the literature and the structural characteristics of the algorithms of signal processing, and control. It describes a feasible approach for partitioning and allocating signal processing algorithms on a homogeneous multicomputer, together with performance simulations and develops a translator from data-flow graphs to the programming language OCCAM.
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data-flow graphs and their application to programming real-time systems
extensive survey of literature on partitioning, task allocation, and signal processing algorithms complete development cycle for partitioning, allocating, and code generation of real-time applications on message-passing multicomputers
communication cost model for the transputer

Urban A. Thoeni is Head of the electronics development group at the AC furTurautomation, Switzerland.


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621.391.81.002.2 Tho p
Publisher Prentice-Hall : New York.,
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xv, 186p. ; ill. ; 24 cm
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English
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0-13-489857-5
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621.391.81.002.2
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