High-performance embedded computing
This chapter provides an overview of the main concepts and representative computer architectures for high-performance embedded computing systems. As the multicore and many-core trends are shaping the organization of computing devices on all computing domain spectrums, from high-performance computing (HPC) to embedded computing, this chapter briefly describes some of the common CPU architectures, including platforms containing multiple cores/processors. In addition, this chapter introduces heterogeneous architectures, including hardware accelerators (GPUs and FPGAs) and system-on-a-chip (SoC) reconfigurable devices. The chapter highlights the importance of the Amdahl's law and its implications ...
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