[parsec-users] [parsec] Haoyuan Ying, new to parsec
ybao at CS.Princeton.EDU
Mon Mar 28 11:56:32 EDT 2011
I think you should already have a software simulator or an FPGA emulator of your NOC infrastructure. Then you need to port PARSEC to your simulator/emulator. So far, PARSEC mainly runs on either real machines or full-system simulators. I have no idea of your HDL simulator/emulator, so I'm not sure if PARSEC can run on it.
There is an alternative way to use PARSEC to test your NOC infrastructure. You can first collect traces by running PARSEC on a simulator (e.g., Simics) or using Pin on real machines, and then feed the traces into your own simulator/emulator.
----- Original Message -----
From: "haoyuany" <haoyuany at ies.tu-darmstadt.de>
To: "Yungang Bao" <ybao at CS.Princeton.EDU>
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 11:33:40 AM
Subject: Re: [parsec] Haoyuan Ying, new to parsec
Am 28.03.2011 17:25, schrieb Yungang Bao:
> Hi Haoyuan,
> What do "hardware partition" and "adopt HDL to PARSEC" mean?
> Here is a tutorial which presents the overview of PARSEC.
> Best Regards,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "haoyuany"<haoyuany at ies.tu-darmstadt.de>
> To: parsec at lists.cs.princeton.edu
> Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 10:48:36 AM
> Subject: [parsec] Haoyuan Ying, new to parsec
> I am new to Parsec, I have a simple question, does Parsec support
> hardware partition? Can I adopt my hardware code (HDL) to Parsec platform?
I would like to use Parsec to test my NoC communication infrastructure,
and I can't find the proper instructions to follow... Is it possible to
partition my custom hardware code to somewhere in Parsec platform?
MSc.(Eng.) Haoyuan Ying
FG Integrated Electronic Systems
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Merckstraße 25, 64283, Darmstadt
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