DeSyDe 0.3.0 Release

A new version of DeSyDe has been released recently, compatible with and supporting our latest DSD’18 publication: K. Rosvall et al., ‘Exploring Power and Throughput for Dataflow Applications on Predictable NoC Multiprocessors’. This version is accompanied by: a reproducible set of experiments, as presented in the DSD’18...

New web pages and tool releases

The ForSyDe Web Site is Growing We conclude a very busy and intense year, 2018, with announcing some new web content which has finally been compiled together or migrated from old repositories. We are still in the (long) process of exposing and documenting our tools and methods better, and...

ForSyDe-Shallow 3.3.3.0 Update

ForSyDe-Shallow Update ForSyDe-Shallow has been updated to version 3.3.3, which adds the following features: a modeling library for the scenario-aware dataflow (SADF) MoC a modeling library for the cyclo-static data flow (CSDF) MoC Currently, this version of ForSyDe-Shallow is only available as a nightly build. We...

DATE2018 IPs

DATE2018 IPs Two papers from the ForSyDe Group have been presented at the Design Automation and Test in Europe 2018 (DATE ‘18) in Dresden, Germany, during March 19-23: George Ungureanu, José E. G. de Medeiros and Ingo Sander. 2018. Bridging discrete and continuous time models with Atoms....

ForSyDe-Atom tool page

A new web page for the ForSyDe-Atom project Continuing our (by now) established routine of publishing web pages every few days, we are happy to announce the new ForSyDe-Atom public web page. This page tries to gather the continuously growing list of examples and documents related to the...

ForSyDe-SystemC tool page

A new web page for the ForSyDe-SystemC project We have migrated the former ForSyDe-SystemC web pages to the new web site at forsyde.github.io. A series of tutorias are publicly available (again), along with the Doxygen generated API documentation. While not actively developed at the time...

New tools page

The ForSyDe tools web page has been published. It presents some highlighted tools along with their development and CI status, and how they fit within the ForSyDe ecosystem.

ForSyDe-LaTeX 0.1.1 Release

A new version of ForSyDe-LaTeX has been released recently. It comes with extensive documentation and an all-new web page with tutorials and code examples. Among the main features added from the previous version 0.1.0, we can mention: forsyde-plot, a stable signal plotting package, which...

New ForSyDe website

The new ForSyDe website is up and publicly available at https://forsyde.github.io/ . Many of the pages are currently under construction and will soon be updated. The former address https://forsyde.ict.kth.se/ currently points to the old site which is deprecated and is no longer in use. In the following days...

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