Programming Many-Core Chips
Parallel computing has been confined, for much of its over 40 year history, to highly
specialized, technology-wise advanced domains such as scientific computing or
telecommunications. There were only a few experts who had the background and
experience to write efficient, robust and scalable programs for these parallel machines.
Mobile 3D Graphics SoC: From Algorithm to Chip
The first book to explain the principals behind mobile 3D hardware implementation, helping readers understand advanced algorithms, produce low-cost, low-power SoCs, or become familiar with embedded systems
As mobile broadcasting and entertainment applications evolve, there is increasing interest in 3D graphics within the...
Chip Multiprocessor Architecture: Techniques to Improve Throughput and Latency Chip multiprocessors — also called multi-core microprocessors or CMPs for short — are now the only way to build high-performance microprocessors, for a variety of reasons. Large uniprocessors are no longer scaling in performance, because it is only possible to extract a limited amount of parallelism from a typical instruction stream...
The BIOS Companion: The book that doesn't come with your motherboard! The instructions that turn a PC into a useful machine come in three stages, starting with application programs, which are loaded by an operating system, which in turn is loaded by a bootstrap loader in the BIOS (the Basic Input/Output System). There are several in a PC, a good example being the one on the video card that controls the interface... Memory Architecture Exploration for Programmable Embedded Systems Continuing advances in chip technology, such as the ability to place more
transistors on the same die (together with increased operating speeds) have
opened new opportunities in embedded applications, breaking new ground in
the domains of communication, multimedia, networking and entertainment.
New consumer products, together...
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