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A Survey of Cluster Based Multi-Processor system design with IP-Cores
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K. Immanuvel Arokia James
MPSoC, Cluster, IP Cores, NoC
This project aims to design a cluster-based multiprocessor system-on-chip (MPSoC) combines of hybrid interconnection composed of both bus based and network on chip (NOC) architecture. Two or more microprocessors working together to perform one or more related tasks using a shared memory is commonly referred to as a multiprocessor system. NoC is used to form a network to pass the message packets more efficiently between the source and destination and to provide additional communication resources so that multiple paths can be operated simultaneously. High performance is achieved by efficient implementation of hardware and software. It is done by fine tuning MPSoC architecture in the early stage of the design process. This project uses the FPGA device to prototype the cluster-based MPSoC. This paper proposes a hierarchical architecture consisting of SMP clustered nodes, each of which is structured by more than one baseline cores through centrally-shared memory and, some parallel applications with different characteristic of parallelism, functionality and communication pattern are designed and presented in this work. In this work a pure VHDL design, integrated with some intellectual property (IP) blocks. This project accounts for the highest throughput ratio.
1. A formal approach to MpSoC performance verification by Richter, K.; Jersak, M.; Ernst, R.

2. Dynamic Task Mapping for MPSoCs by Ewerson Luiz de Souza Carvalho,

3. www.xilinx.com

4. www.altera.com

5. www.arm.com

6. Multilevel MPSoC Performance Evaluation Using MDE Approach by Rabie Ben Atitallah, Lossan Bonde, Smail Niar, Samy Meftali, Jean-Luc Dekeyser

7. L. Benini et al., “MPARM: Exploring the Multi-Processor SoC Design Space with SystemC,” Springer J. of VLSI Signal Processing, 2005.

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