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The digital divide of computing

Author: Reiner Hartenstein
Publisher: ACM, 2 Penn Plaza, Suite 701, New York, NY 10121-0701, USA 04-14-2004
Edition/Format: Book Book
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This presentation urges for creating more awareness of the impact of configware engineering onto embedded system development and examines the requirements of overdue CSE curricular upgrades. Because of the impact of reconfigurable computing, configware engineering has proceeded from niche to mainstream. Morphware has become an essential and indispensable ingredient in SoC (System on a Chip) design and beyond. It  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reiner Hartenstein
ISBN: 1-58113-741-9
Unique Identifier: 4761500635
Notes: On behalf of the organizing committee, we welcome you to the First Conference on Computing Frontiers (CF'04) . We selected Ischia as the conference site, for we felt it would create a pleasant forum for the meeting. We also wished to initiate a tradition of a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere which would be conducive to many informal discussions.The conference was created to allow the exploration of those technologies at the very edge of computing which would have the potential to substantially improve existing art. To this end, we have considered papers on theory, methods, technologies, and implementations concerned with innovations in computing paradigms, computational models, architectural paradigms, computer architectures, development environments, compilers, and operating environments.The organizing committee has strived to put together a stimulating scientific program consisting of regular papers and invited sessions on some promising and established areas of research. The technical program contains 36 papers, selected out of 57 submitted manuscripts through a careful peer review process and grouped in 13 sessions, spanning from architectures to processors, from networking to clusters, and from computational models to applications. The keynote address ("Quantum Parallelism and the Exact Simulation of Physical Systems") by Professor Dan Marinescu (University of Central Florida) will tackle quantum computing, one of the most promising technologies to break the performance barriers of conventional systems. Three special sessions have also been organized on "NOMADS (Networks of Mobile Adaptive Dependable Systems)" by Professor Miroslaw Malek (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), "Memory Wall" by Professor Mateo Valero (Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya), and "Reconfigurable Computing" by Professor Jürgen Becker (Universität Karlsruhe (TH)).We must emphasize that several people, all volunteers, have worked to make this Computing Frontiers conference a success. We would like to thank in particular all the members of the steering and program committees, the special sessions chairs, the publicity and publication chairs, the treasurer, the local arrangements chair, and all the authors and reviewers.Welcome to Ischia and to CF'04. We trust that you will enjoy the scientific as well the social program of the conference. Also, we hope you will consider submitting or attending Computing Frontiers next year and will tell all your colleagues what an informative and productive meeting this has been.
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This presentation urges for creating more awareness of the impact of configware engineering onto embedded system development and examines the requirements of overdue CSE curricular upgrades. Because of the impact of reconfigurable computing, configware engineering has proceeded from niche to mainstream. Morphware has become an essential and indispensable ingredient in SoC (System on a Chip) design and beyond. It turns embedded system design from hardware / software co-design into configware / software co-design [1] [2] [3] [4]. This hot development, supported by the fastest growing segment of the semiconductor market [5], provides morphware [6] [7] as an alternative RAM-based "programmable" (more precisely called: "reconfigurable") platform for parallelism avoiding the limitations of classical high performance computation [8] [9] [10] caused by the von Neumann paradigm [11] [12] [13]. The digital divide of computing determines who is qualified to take off toward new horizons in high performance computing, and, who is not. Currently the typical CS graduate is not.

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