Chapter 6. Synthesis of On-Chip Communication Architectures

The design of on-chip communication architectures is becoming more challenging as the number of components integrated into a single embedded multiprocessor system-on-chip (MPSoC) increases due to greater market demands for convergence devices. The increasing number of components in systems translates into more inter-component communication that must be handled by the on-chip communication infrastructure. The pull of multi-dimensional design constraints such as performance, power, reliability, cost, area, and time-to-market further complicates the communication architecture design process. Designs are expected to support high performance and reliability, along with lower power consumption, ...

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