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Noise Budgeting in Multiple-Kernel Word-Length Optimization

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Word-Length Optimization (WLO) is a key step in the implementation of Digital Signal Processing applications on hardware platforms. Existing approaches face scalability problems for applications with several kernels. In this paper, we present our work-in-progress to address the scalability problems when performing multi-kernel WLO. Our approach uses application-wide analysis to derive noise budgets for each kernel, followed by independent WLO. The main idea is to characterize the impact of approximating each kernel to the accuracy/cost through simulation and regression analysis. The constructed models can be used to determine the appropriate noise budget for each kernel. When applied to WLO for two kernels in Image Signal Processor, the noise budgets given by our analysis closely match those found empirically with global WLO.
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hal-02183936 , version 1 (15-07-2019)

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Van-Phu Ha, Tomofumi Yuki, Olivier Sentieys. Noise Budgeting in Multiple-Kernel Word-Length Optimization. AxC 2019 - 4th Workshop on Approximate Computing, Mar 2019, Florence, Italy. pp.1-3. ⟨hal-02183936⟩
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