In this thesis we address the problem of integrated software pipelining for clustered VLIW architectures. The phases that are integrated and solved as one combined problem are: cluster assignment, instruction selection, scheduling, register allocation and spilling.As a first step we describe two
In this thesis, an intuitive approach to determine scheduling and allocation of a behavioral algorithm defined by a netlist is presented. In this approach, scheduling is based on a weighted list scheduling where operations have the longest critical path are scheduled first.
Many systems in engineering applications are modeled as piecewise smooth systems. The piecewise smoothness presents great challenges for stability analysis and control synthesis for these systems. Over the years, the theory of absolute stability has been one of the few tools developed
This dissertation examines an innovative strategic operation for next day air package delivery. The proposed system, in which some packages are sorted twice at two distinct hubs before arriving at their destinations, is investigated for its potential savings. A two-stage sorting operation