Synthesis, Verification and Optimization of Systolic Arrays

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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Rajopadhye, Sanjay Vishnu
Title Synthesis, Verification and Optimization of Systolic Arrays
Date 1986-12
Description Systolic arrays are a class of parallel architectures consisting of regular interconnections of a very large number of simple processors, each one operating on a small part of the problem. They are typically designed to be used as back-end. special-purpose devices for computation-intensive processing. Although the idea of using an array of identical machines for a computation is not new, recent advances in VLSI fabrication technology has spurred a great deal of pragmatic interest in such architectures. This dissertation addresses the issue of providing a sound theoretical basis for three important issues relating to systolic arrays, namely synthesis, verification and optimization.
Type Text
Subject computer architecture; systolic array; VLSI
Subject LCSH computer architecture; computer science
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Rajopadhye, S. V. (1986). Synthesis, Verification and Optimization of Systolic Arrays.
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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