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ICCAD-2003. International Conference on Computer Aided Design (IEEE Cat. No.03CH37486)
Recent efforts in adapting computer networks into system-on-chip (SOC), or network-on-chip, present a setback to the traditional computer systems for the lack of effective programming model, while not taking full advantage of the almost unlimited on-chip bandwidth. In this paper, we propose a new programming model, called context-flow, that is simple, safe, highly parallelizable yet transparent to the underlying architectural details. An SOC platform architecture is then designed to supportdoi:10.1109/iccad.2003.159711 fatcat:fksjka24dzed7db225wv3mw33y