Paper accepted to DAC 2015
Congratulations! Our paper “Optimizing Stream Program Performance on CGRA-based Systems,” authored by Hongsik Lee, Dong M. Nguyen, and Jongeun Lee (all currently at UNIST) is accepted to DAC (Design Automation Conference) this year. This work was in large part based on the work of Seongseok Seo, who graduated UNIST with a master’s degree one year ago. Seongseok’s primary work, which was presented at the last year’s CODES+ISSS conference, was about a light-weight yet highly effective hardware extension for mapping nested loops often found in DSP (Digital Signal Processing) applications. This work takes it to another level, developing application-level mapping strategies for stream applications with comparisons to GPU mapping results.
The DAC conference is frequently the highest ranked conference in the area of electronic design automation. It is also widely recognized as one of the most prestigious conferences in the electrical engineering and computer science discipline.