Koichiro Yamashita, Fujitsu Laboratories, Japan


Analysis of the system behavior of MPSoC with mathematical multivariate regression model


In high-performance SoC design, the best system cannot be done even if the optimized software and the optimized hardware are combined. Therefore, the system design that gives the redundancy might become effective. In general, a heuristic approach is taken as for such a design. On the other hand, we proposed hardware software co-design that considered the redundancy by the approach of the mathematical principle modeling, and confirmed effectiveness.


Koichiro Yamashita has received the M.E. degrees in computer science from Waseda University, and joined Fujitsu LTD in 1995. He had worked for parallel operating system on the vector-parallel super computing system (VPP series) for 5 years, and moved to electric device group (EDG) of Fujitsu LTD in 2001. In 2006, he moved to Fujitsu Laboratories. In 2009, he works as manager of mobile phone BU of Fujitsu LTD and research fellow of platform technology labs of Fujitsu Laboratories concurrently.

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