Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Background. 3. Off-Chip Memory Access Optimizations. 4. Data Organization: The Processor Core/Cache Interface. 5. On-Chip Vs. Off-Chip Memory: Utilizing Scratch-Pad Memory. 6. Memory Architecture Exploration. 7. Case Study: MPEG Decoder. 8. Conclusions. References. Index.
Memory Issues in Embedded Systems-On-Chip: Optimizations and Explorations is designed for different groups in the embedded systems-on-chip arena.
First, it is designed for researchers and graduate students who wish to understand the research issues involved in memory system optimization and exploration for embedded systems-on-chip.
Second, it is intended for designers of embedded systems who are migrating from a traditional micro-controllers centered, board-based design methodology to newer design methodologies using IP blocks for processor-core-based embedded systems-on-chip.
Also, since Memory Issues in Embedded Systems-on-Chip: Optimization and Explorations illustrates a methodology for optimizing and exploring the memory configuration of embedded systems-on-chip, it is intended for managers and system designers who may be interested in the emerging capabilities of embedded systems-on-chip design methodologies for memory-intensive applications.
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