Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
John W. Stoughton
Algorithm To Architecture Mapping Model (ATAMM) is a new marked graph model from which the rules for data and control flow in a homogeneous, multicomputer, data flow architecture may be defined. This research is concerned with performance modeling and performance enhancement for periodic execution of large-grain, decision-free algorithms in such an ATAMM defined architecture. Performance measures and bounds are established. Algorithm transformation techniques are identified for performance enhancement and reduction of computing element requirements. Operating strategies are developed for optimum time performance and for sub-optimum time performance under limited availability of computing elements. An ATAMM simulator is used to test and validate these operating strategies. Experiments on a three computing element testbed provide verification of performance modeling and transformation methods.
"Performance Modeling and Enhancement for the ATAMM Data Flow Architecture"
(1989). Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), dissertation, Electrical/Computer Engineering, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/r62w-cq14