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A High-Speed Asynchronous Multi-Input Pipeline For Compaction And Transfer of Parallel SIMD Data

Image sensors with programmable, highly parallel signal processing, so called Vision-Systems-on-Chip, perform computationally intensive tasks directly on the sensor itself. Therefore it is possible to limit the amount of output data to relevant image features only. Reading out such features presents a major challenge, since the position and number of features often is not known. Conventional sy... » read more

Investigation Of The Influence of Controller Types On Room Thermal Behavior – A Simulation Study

To control the indoor temperature of rooms two kinds of approaches are common. The first one is to use standard PI-controllers with a set of default parameters, which often leads to insufficient performance, waste of energy and unacceptable comfort violations [Rahmati, 2003]. The other approach is to use specifically developed and adapted controllers [Seidel et al., 2015], which have the drawba... » read more

Implementation Of An Asynchronous Bundled-Data Router For A GALS NoC In The Context Of A VSoC

Designs of asynchronous networks-on-chip are of growing interest because a complete asynchronous implemen- tation can solve the synchronization problems of large networks. However, asynchronous circuits suffer from the lack of proper design flows because their functionality often relies on timing constraints, which are not extensively supported by common CAD synthesis tools. This paper proposes... » read more

Enhancing The Energy-Efficient Production of Tempered Glass By Using Simulation-Based Optimization

In many industrial manufacturing processes energy use is one of the most important cost factors. Especially in energy-intensive industries like steel production or glass processing minimizing energy use is a key measure to save resources and reduce manufacturing costs. The research project OptPlanEnergie concentrates on the production of tempered glass. In this project we apply simulation and o... » read more

Application Of Richardson Extrapolation To The Co-Simulation Of FMUs From Building Simulation

The application of the FMI technology gains ground in building simulation. As far as specialized tools support the FMI simulator coupling becomes an important option to simulate complex building models. Co-simulation needs a master algorithm which controls the communication time steps as well as the signal exchange between FMUs. Often a constant communication step size is applied chosen by the ... » read more

Avoiding Down Times: Monitoring, Diagnostics And Troubleshooting Of Industrial Wireless Systems

The ever-growing proliferation of wireless devices and technologies used for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, such as patient monitoring, military surveillance, and industrial automation and control, has created an increasing need for methods and tools for connectivity prediction, information flow monitoring, and failure analysis to increase the dependability of the wireless network. Inde... » read more

Circuit-Level Aging Simulations Predict The Long-Term Behavior Of ICs

Reliability is a major criterion for integrated circuits (ICs) in safety critical applications, such as automotive, medical, or aviation electronics. A particular effect that contributes to wear-out is device (i.e. transistor) degradation. Its impact on the circuit behavior can be verified by circuit level aging simulations, which are offered by various EDA vendors. However, reasonable results ... » read more

Body Biasing For Analog Design

This paper presents the practical application of body biasing control of ultra-deep submicron FD-SOI technologies for analog and mixed-signal designs. The body biasing control is dedicated for dynamic control of the trade- off between speed vs. power consumption for advanced digital circuits. However, in this work we focus on trading-off and improvement of analog circuit performances. Three dif... » read more

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