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Dynamically adaptable NoC router architecture for multiple pixel streams applications

Abstract : Modern computing systems for vision have to support advanced image applications. They involve several heterogeneous pixel streams and they have to respect hard timing and area constraints. To face those challenges, an adaptable ringbased interconnection network-on-chip (NoC) has been recently proposed. This NoC is based on a new router architecture, with a dynamically adaptable internal datapath, which allows handling of multiple parallel pixel streams. An original datapath adaptation control is proposed by combining instructions and pixel data to be processed in a single packet. Timing performance and area occupation are evaluated on an FPGA prototype.
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Nicolas Ngan, Eva Dokladalova, Mohamed Akil. Dynamically adaptable NoC router architecture for multiple pixel streams applications. Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2012 IEEE International Symposium on, May 2012, South Korea. pp.1006 - 1009. ⟨hal-00789363⟩

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