Special Issue "Advances in Programming Parallel and Heterogeneous Computing for Cyber-Physical Systems"
A special issue of Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications (ISSN 2079-9268).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021) | Viewed by 17332
Interests: embedded systems; low power; multicore; SoC; bioinformatics
Interests: microprocessor chips; optimisation problems and software develop for bioinformatics algorithms; heterogeneous platforms
In the last decade, the scientific community has taken significant steps in the development of increasingly complex heterogeneous and parallel computing systems for cyberphysical system (CPS) applications. These platforms feature several units dedicated to accelerating specific tasks such as machine learning, (event or streaming) sensor data processing, cyberphysical system control, and cybersecurity. These accelerators require dedicated programming models which in some cases require completely different approaches. This picture is even more diverse considering the increasing interest in beyond-Von-Neumann architectures such as neuromorphic devices exploiting densely interconnected multicores and mixed-signal integrated architectures.
In this context, programming environments are struggling to catch up and reduce the so-called software gap by implementing suitable programming environments for CPS. This Special Issue invites researchers to share discoveries and knowledge in programming models, compilers, toolchain, and runtime support for next-generation heterogeneous and parallel architectures, particularly focusing on CPS applications and going beyond traditional computing approaches.
Prof. Dr. Andrea Acquaviva
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- Heterogenous platforms
- Multicore and many core
- Cyber-Physical systems
- High-performance computing
- Neuromorphic device
- Artificial Intelligence
- Deep learning
- Spiking neural networks
- Event sensors and actuators
- Machine learning
- Neural networks
- Parallel computing