(by O. Rashid, N. L. Passos, and R. Halverson) in the Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computers and their Applications, Honolulu, Hawaii, March, 1998, pp. 440-443.
Scientific applications, such as digital signal processing, are usually dependent on parallel or Multiprocessor architectures. Existing scheduling methods do not take advantage of the object technology. This paper proposes a new method of designing hardware/software systems, where an object oriented approach is adopted. Some generic objects and a pseudo algorithm have been designed and presented in this paper. The experiments show that our objects are render better performance, specially when a number of scheduling technique need to be compared in a short time.
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