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The SANDRA project: cooperative architecture/compiler technology for embedded real-time streaming applications

Abstract : The convergence of digital television, Internet access, gaming, and digital media capture and playback stresses the importance of high-quality and high-performance video and graphics processing. The SANDRA project, a collaboration between Philips Research and INRIA, develops a consistent and efficient system design approach for regular, real-time constrained stream processing. The project aims at providing a system template with its associated compiler chain and application development framework, enabling an early validation of both the functional and the non-functional requirements of the application at every system design stage.
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Zbigniew Chamski, Albert Cohen, Marc Duranton, Christine Eisenbeis, Paul Feautrier, et al.. The SANDRA project: cooperative architecture/compiler technology for embedded real-time streaming applications. [Research Report] RR-4773, INRIA. 2003. ⟨inria-00071813⟩

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