Customizable Embedded Processors
Design Technologies and Applications
By Paolo Ienne, Rainer Leupers
Publisher: Elsevier / Morgan Kaufmann
Final Release Date: August 2006
Pages: 528

Customizable processors have been described as the next natural step in the evolution of the microprocessor business: a step in the life of a new technology where top performance alone is no longer sufficient to guarantee market success. Other factors become fundamental, such as time to market, convenience, energy efficiency, and ease of customization.

This book is the first to explore comprehensively one of the most fundamental trends which emerged in the last decade: to treat processors not as rigid, fixed entities, which designers include “as is? in their products; but rather, to build sound methodologies to tailor-fit processors to the specific needs of such products. This book addresses the goal of maintaining a very large family of processors, with a wide range of features, at a cost comparable to that of maintaining a single processor.

· First book to present comprehensively the major ASIP design methodologies and tools without any particular bias.

· Written by most of the pioneers and top international experts of this young domain.

· Unique mix of management perspective, technical detail, research outlook, and practical implementation.

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