Multi-Objective Topology Optimization for Networked Embedded Systems

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Provided by: University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila
Topic: Hardware
Format: PDF
In this paper, a new methodology is presented for topology optimization of networked embedded systems as they occur in automotive and avionic systems and partially in wireless sensor networks. By introducing a model which is suitable for heterogeneous networks with different communication bandwidths, modeling of routing restrictions and flexible binding of tasks onto processors, current design issues of networked embedded systems can be investigated. On the basis of this model, the presented methodology firstly allocates the required resources which can be communication links as well as computational nodes and secondly binds the functionality onto the nodes and the data dependencies onto the links such that no routing restrictions will be violated or capacities on communication links will be exceeded.
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