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Designing Circuits with Parallel Programs

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last hardwrae discussion of the year

In the talk I shall make an argument for adopting parallel and concurrent programs as starting points for circuit descriptions. Although much work has been done on automatically parallelizing subsets and variants of C there has been little effort on taking programs that are explicitly parallel and using this information for hardware synthesis. I shall outline a few promising concurrency constructs and suggest how they may be compiled into circuits. Examples include join patterns and nested data parallel operations.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Computer Architecture Group Meeting series.

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