Deliverables

This page presents the list (in reverse chronological order) of the P-SOCRATES approved deliverables. It provides the deliverables summaries, as well as the PDF for the public documents.
 
 

D7.2.2. Preliminary Exploitation Plan

Release date: April 2015. Confidential.

Summary:

This report, included in activities of Task 7.2, provides a more detailed analysis of application and market trends and opportunities and also provides a preliminary strategy for exploiting each of the results of the project.

Task 7.2 aims at setting the exploitation of the project results. A continuous analysis of application and market trends and opportunities will be the basis to produce an exploitation document to set the strategy which will be addressed to exploit the results of the project.

D3.3.1. Simple partitioned scheduler

Release date: March 2015. Public.

Summary:

Work Package 3 of P-SOCRATES aims at devising efficient scheduling mechanisms for achieving a predictable execution on top of the addressed many-core architectures. The activities on this work package started giving a survey of the existing scheduling approaches and task scheduling models, as presented in deliverable D3.1 [1]. The planned activity for the next milestone was the design of a simple partitioned scheduler for the execution of the OS threads on the many-core system.

D3.2. Mapping strategies

Release date: March 2015. Public.

Summary:

Deliverable 3.2, “Mapping strategies”, covers the work done during the second phase of the project within WP3. The deliverable spans 12 months of work and handles the work done in task 3.2 "Mapping graph of parallel task dependencies to threads" to reach milestone MS2.

D2.2.1. First compiler prototype

Release date: March 2015. Public.

Summary:

Deliverable 2.2.1, “First compiler prototype”, covers the work done during the second phase of the project within WP2. The deliverable spans 12 month of work and handles the work done in task 2.2 "Automatic extraction of parallelism of applications with high-performance and real-time requirements" to reach milestone MS2.

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