By Masoud Danashtalab, Maurizio Palesi (auth.), Maurizio Palesi, Masoud Daneshtalab (eds.)
This booklet presents a single-source connection with routing algorithms for Networks-on-Chip (NoCs), in addition to in-depth discussions of complex strategies utilized to present and subsequent new release, many center NoC-based Systems-on-Chip (SoCs). After a simple creation to the NoC layout paradigm and architectures, routing algorithms for NoC architectures are provided and mentioned in any respect abstraction degrees, from the algorithmic point to real implementation. assurance emphasizes the function performed via the routing set of rules and is geared up round key difficulties affecting present and subsequent iteration, many-core SoCs. a variety of routing algorithms is incorporated, particularly designed to handle key concerns confronted via designers within the ultra-deep sub-micron (UDSM) period, together with functionality development, strength, power, and thermal concerns, fault tolerance and reliability.
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This e-book offers a single-source connection with routing algorithms for Networks-on-Chip (NoCs), in addition to in-depth discussions of complex ideas utilized to present and subsequent iteration, many center NoC-based Systems-on-Chip (SoCs). After a simple advent to the NoC layout paradigm and architectures, routing algorithms for NoC architectures are offered and mentioned in any respect abstraction degrees, from the algorithmic point to real implementation.
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2 Realistic Traffic In case of realistic traffic, we consider two virtual channels for links to show the consistency of proposed framework with multiple virtual channel routing. As realistic communication scenarios, we consider a generic multimedia system (MMS) and the video object plane decoder (VOPD) application. 263 video decoder, an mp3 audio encoder, and an mp3 audio decoder . 5. VOPD is an application used for MPEG-4 video decoding and its communication graph is shown in Fig. 3. Several studies reported the existence of bursty packet injection in the on-chip interconnection networks for multimedia traffic [22, 25].
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