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LOW-POWER EMBEDDED ARM+DSP CLUSTER

Jonas Rossi DouradoCarlos Dias Maciel

Performance is always a delicate matter for algorithms to function properly in real-time or any other critical scenario. Depending on the application complexity, the processor power from a single core may not be enough to accomplish all the desired tasks; in order to surpass this boundary without multi-core solutions, it is only natural to consider the use of more than one machine, which is widely known as clustering. Following previous work, this paper intends to discuss a cluster built at the "Universidade de Sao Paulo - USP", now using Beagle Boards DSP cores in addition to ARM cores. The Beagle Boards main processor is a Texas Instruments OMAP3530. The additional steps to accomplish were made in the software.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/cbsec/2011/paper5.pdf

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