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Chip Multi-Processors(CMPs) are now available in a variety of systems. They provide the opportunity to achieve high computational performance by exploiting application-level parallelism within a single chip form factor. In the communications environment, network processors (NPs) are often designed around CMP architectures and, in this context, the processors may be used in a pipelined manner. This leads to the issue of scheduling tasks on such processor pipelines. A tool and algorithm called Greedy pipe has been developed that determines the nearly optimal schedules for such multiprocessor pipelines. The tool offers a user friendly interface, with easily installable, portable and high-performance design. This report contains a description of the Greedy pipe tool set (release1.0), including the tool retrieval, installation and usage instructions.
Datar, Seema and Franklin, Mark A., "The Greedy pipe Toolset Manual (Version 1.0)" Report Number: WUCSE-2003-61 (2003). All Computer Science and Engineering Research.
Permanent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.7936/K72J6962