Networks on Chips: Technology and Tools

Pirmais vāks
Elsevier, 2006. gada 30. aug. - 408 lappuses
The design of today's semiconductor chips for various applications, such as telecommunications, poses various challenges due to the complexity of these systems. These highly complex systems-on-chips demand new approaches to connect and manage the communication between on-chip processing and storage components and networks on chips (NoCs) provide a powerful solution.

This book is the first to provide a unified overview of NoC technology. It includes in-depth analysis of all the on-chip communication challenges, from physical wiring implementation up to software architecture, and a complete classification of their various Network-on-Chip approaches and solutions.

* Leading-edge research from world-renowned experts in academia and industry with state-of-the-art technology implementations/trends
* An integrated presentation not currently available in any other book
* A thorough introduction to current design methodologies and chips designed with NoCs

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1 Networks on Chip
Principles and Examples
3 Physical Network Layer
4 The DataLink Layer in NoC Design
5 Network and Transport Layers in Network on Chip
6 Network Interface Architecture and Design Issues
7 NoC Programming
8 Design Methodologies and CAD Tool Flows for NoCs
9 Designs and Implementations of NoCBased SoCs

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