Date Added: Dec 2012
This paper to be carried out is on the design methodology required to make intelligent decisions about the run-time MultiProcessor - Systems-on-Chip (MP-SoC) management and mapping of dynamic embedded software. However, obtaining experimental evidence of the soundness of the methodology by applying it on actual applications is a major requirement. This evolution, embedded processors become ubiquitous (present everywhere simultaneously) and a new role for embedded software in contemporary and future Multiple-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MP-SoC) is reserved. Next to these programmable components, they contain a large number of memories organized in many different ways. Hence there is a need for proper management of all the data and computation in these complex systems.