Abstract

Embedded systems are everywhere. They run the computing devices hidden inside a vast array of everyday products such as mobile phones, gadgets, cameras, and smart appliances. Cars are full of them, as are airplanes, satellites, and advanced military and medical equipments. Demand is skyrocketing for embedded systems that can add new functions and smart features to a wide range of products. As applications grow increasingly complex, so do the complexities of the embedded computing devices. Shrinking time-to-market coupled with short product lifetimes create a critical need for design automation of increasingly sophisticated and complex embedded systems. This talk will cover new research directions in automated analysis, design and validation of embedded systems to optimize various constraints including cost, power, performance, security, energy and temperature. Specifically, this talk will focus on how to develop efficient tools, techniques and methodologies for system level modeling, design space exploration, lossless compression, dynamic reconfiguration, and functional validation of System-on-Chip architectures.

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Number of Slides:  120
Duration:  90 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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