Architecture of Computing Systems - ARCS 2009

Architecture of Computing Systems - ARCS 2009

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TheARCSseriesofconferenceshasover30yearsoftraditionreportingtop-notch results in computer architecture and operating systems research. It is organized bythe specialinterest groupon a€œComputer and System Architecturea€ ofthe GI (Gesellschaft fur Au Informatik e.V.) and ITG (Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE - Information Technology Society). In 2009, ARCS was hosted by the Delft University of Technology, which has one of the leading information te- nology schools in Europe. This year's special focus was set on energy awarenessviewed from two di?- ent perspectives. Firstly, this deals with the improvement of computer systems to be as energy-e?cient as possible (particularly for speci?c applications). One can think of heterogeneous multi-core architectures or recon?gurable archit- tures for this purpose.Secondly, this addressesthe usage ofcomputer systems to reduce the energy consumption of other systems, which might lead to problems of communication and cooperation. Like the previous conferences in this series, it continues to be an important forum for computer architecture research. The call for papers resulted in a total of 57 submissions from around the world. Each submission was assigned to at least three members of the Program Committee for review. The Program Committee decided to accept 21 papers, which are arranged into eight sessions. The accepted papers are from: Finland, France, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, UK, and USA. Three intriguingkeynotesfromacademia andindustry complementedthe strong technical program.Parallelization Approaches for Hardware Accelerators a€“ Loop Unrolling Versus Loop Partitioning Frank Hannig, Hritam Dutta, and J Iˆurgen Teich Hardware/ Software Co-Design, Department of Computer Science, University of Erlangen- Nuremberg, Germany Abstract. ... the first time, a quantitative evaluation of the two approaches for reconfigurable architectures with help of computationally intensive algorithms ... In this regard, several different solutions have been proposed over time.

Title:Architecture of Computing Systems - ARCS 2009
Author:Mladen Berekovic, Christian Müller-Schloer, Christian Hochberger
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-02-25


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