Méthodologie et architecture adaptative pour le placement efficace de tâches matérielles de tailles variables sur des partitions reconfigurables

Abstract : FPGA-based reconfigurable architectures can deliver appropriate solutions for several applications as they allow for changing the performance of a part of the FPGA while the rest of the circuit continues to run normally. These architectures, despite their improvements, still suffer from their lack of adaptability when confronted with applications consisting of variable size material tasks. This heterogeneity may cause wrong placements leading to a sub-optimal use of resources and therefore a decrease in the system performances. The contribution of this thesis focuses on the problematic of variable size material task placement and reconfigurable region effective generation. A methodology and an intermediate layer between the FPGA and the application are proposed to allow for the effective placement of variable size material tasks on reconfigurable partitions of a predefined size. To approve the method, we suggest an architecture based on the use of partial reconfiguration in order to adapt the transcoding of one video compression format to another in a flexible and effective way. A study on the reconfigurable region partitioning for the entropy encoder material tasks (CAVLC / VLC) is proposed in order to show the contribution of partitioning. Then an assessment of the gain obtained and of the method additional costs is submitted
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Nicolas Marques. Méthodologie et architecture adaptative pour le placement efficace de tâches matérielles de tailles variables sur des partitions reconfigurables. Autre [cs.OH]. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0139⟩. ⟨tel-01749357⟩

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