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CSE 420 (Spring, 2010) Group Project. Group Project. Step 1: Form a group (upto 4 students) Step 2: Select a topic related to CSE420 course Step 3: Do research on the selected topic Step 4: Simulate or Implement Step 5: Write a report Step 6: Poster Session!!!. Topic Selection.

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Cse 420 spring 2010 group project

CSE 420 (Spring, 2010)Group Project


Group project

Group Project

  • Step 1: Form a group (upto 4 students)

  • Step 2: Select a topic related to CSE420 course

  • Step 3: Do research on the selected topic

  • Step 4: Simulate or Implement

  • Step 5: Write a report

  • Step 6: Poster Session!!!


Topic selection

Topic Selection

  • Advanced/Current architectural issues in multi-core systems

    • Transactional Memory

    • Caching architecture

    • Thermal/Power Management

    • Dynamic Scheduling

    • Cell processors

  • Can be related to project of IMPACT lab

    • Thermal management in DATA Centers (http://impact.asu.edu/~mcn/DataCenter.htm)

    • Body Area Networks

  • Should involve some implementation/simulation/performance benchmarking


Resources

Resources

  • Hardware

    • A collection of 12 Intel Xeon E7520 "Sossaman" platforms

    • A collection of handheld devices: 13 Android Dev Phone 1 devices, donated by Google

    • Berkeley motes (11 sensor boards, 41 Motes, 5 mica2dot, 6 iMotes donated by Intel)

  • People (PostDoctoral Researchers)

    • Georgios Varsamopoulos [email protected]

    • Tridib [email protected]    


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