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Travelled to:
2 × France
2 × USA
3 × Germany
Collaborated with:
D.Sciuto C.Silvano V.Zaccaria R.Zafalon W.Fornaciari A.Bona A.Antola V.Piuri D.Barretta D.Bagni C.Alippi L.Pozzi L.Salvemini
Talks about:
embed (5) vliw (5) processor (4) methodolog (2) instruct (2) approach (2) energi (2) power (2) optim (2) estim (2)

Person: Mariagiovanna Sami

DBLP DBLP: Sami:Mariagiovanna

Contributed to:

DATE 20052005
SAC 20032003
DAC 20022002
DATE 20022002
DATE 20012001
DATE 19991999
DATE 19981998

Wrote 7 papers:

DATE-2005-BarrettaFSB #clustering #embedded #parallel #thread
Multithreaded Extension to Multicluster VLIW Processors for Embedded Applications (DB, WF, MS, DB), pp. 748–749.
SAC-2003-SalveminiSSSZZ #architecture #embedded #energy #performance #trade-off
A Methodology for the Efficient Architectural Exploration of Energy-Delay Trade-offs for Embedded Systems (LS, MS, DS, CS, VZ, RZ), pp. 672–678.
DAC-2002-BonaSSZSZ #clustering #embedded #energy #estimation #optimisation
Energy estimation and optimization of embedded VLIW processors based on instruction clustering (AB, MS, DS, VZ, CS, RZ), pp. 886–891.
DATE-2002-BonaSSZSZ #embedded #estimation #optimisation
An Instruction-Level Methodology for Power Estimation and Optimization of Embedded VLIW Cores (AB, MS, DS, VZ, CS, RZ), p. 1128.
DATE-2001-SamiSSZZ #embedded
Exploiting data forwarding to reduce the power budget of VLIW embedded processors (MS, DS, CS, VZ, RZ), pp. 252–257.
DATE-1999-AlippiFPS #approach #configuration management #design
A DAG-Based Design Approach for Reconfigurable VLIW Processors (CA, WF, LP, MS), pp. 778–779.
DATE-1998-AntolaPS #approach #detection #fault
A Low-Redundancy Approach to Semi-Concurrent Error Detection in Data Paths (AA, VP, MS), pp. 266–272.

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