| Warburger Str. 100, room: O3.267
On June 21, 2017 Alfonso Rodriguez (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) will give a talk about "Adaptive, Hardware-Accelerated High-Performance Embedded Computing: the ARTICo3 Framework" in the context of the SFB 901.
Embedded computing platforms need to face scenarios with increasing application complexity and stringent requirements. Hence, enhancing processing performance, while at the same time ensuring feasibility in resource-constrained environments is a must nowadays. In this context, the ARTICo3 architecture appears as a solution to enable dynamic adaptation of application execution by establishing run-time tradeoffs between computing performance, energy consumption, and fault tolerance. An overview of the ARTICo3 framework for SRAM-based FPGAs is presented, including low-level architectural details, available design-time toolchains (e.g. hardware accelerator development and integration, implementation floorplanning), run-time environment, testbed applications, and ongoing extensions.