Design of highly parallel architecture with Alpha and Handel
de Dinechin, F., Manjunathaiah, M., Risset, T. and Spivey, M. (2004) Design of highly parallel architecture with Alpha and Handel. In: Villar, E. and Mermet, J. (eds.) System Specification and Design Languages: Best of FDL '02. The ChDL Series, 4. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, pp. 293-302. ISBN 140207414X
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1007/0-306-48734-9_24
We propose a bridge between two important parallel programming paradigms: data parallelism and communicating sequential processes (CSP). Data parallel pipelined architectures obtained with the Alpha language can be embedded in a control intensive application expressed in CSP-based Handel formalism. The interface is formally defined from the semantics of the languages Alpha and Handel. This work will ease the design of compute intensive applications on FPGAs.
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