A compile-time approach for chaining and execution control in the AN/UYS-2 parallel signal processor
Bell, Harold A.
Shukla, Shridhar B.
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The AN/UYS-2 represents the U. S. Navy's effort to meet the signal processing demands of the 21st century. It is programmed using the Processing Graph Methodology (PGM), where signal processiog applications are reproented as graphs and the nodes specify library primitives. Presently the AN/LTYS-2 incorporates a First-Come-First-Serve run-time technique to allocate system resources to support large-grain data-flow execution. While this technique results in low run-time overhead, the system throughput degrades rapidly under high system load. To provide uniform output even under high load, a compile-time technique, called Revolving Cylinder (RC) analysis, is developed further to identify optimal chains and restructure the graph. It is shown by simulation that such chaining and restructuring improve the overall system performance.
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