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Automatic Parallelization of the Visual Data-Flow Language Cantata for Efficient Characterization of Analog Circuit Behavior

Michael Goedecke,  Sorin A. Huss,  Kai Morich  

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  Keywords
Visual Characterization   Macro-Data-Flow   Parallelization   Load Balancing  

 Abstract

This paper presents a new approach to the characterization of analog circuits based on the visual data-flow language Cantata which has been augmented with some application specific functions and control operators. For the reduction of execution time a new data-flow scheduler for a distributed environment is proposed. The scheduler takes information about usable workstations and their performance, program availability and the actual workloads into consideration to achieve a load balancing which results in shorter execution times. This process is fully automated.

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