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Tuesday, March 24 • 9:00am - 10:50am
Building Multi-Processor FPGA Subsystems – Allowing Linux to Supervise Embedded Real-Time Processing Systems - Chris Martin, Altera

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Integrating subsystems not only means connecting hardware together, but often also comes with producing supervising software for controlling multiple embedded processors that are included within each subsystem function. This tutorial will showcase writing applications for Linux to control multi-processor subsystems. The hardware and software such as mailboxes and mutexs will be touched upon – all of which can be designed within SoC FPGAs, from the low-level hardware to the Linux kernel modules and applications. 

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Chris Martin

Technical Staff Embedded Applications Engineer, Altera
Chris Martin is a Member of Technical Staff at Intel and an Embedded Applications Engineer with over 20 years experience with ARM SoCs and Linux application development as well as with SoC hardware design and verification. Having developed embedded software and hardware solutions for set-top boxes, on-screen displays and for video analytics, Chris has in-depth experience with DSP algorithms and with SoC development targeting machine vision and... Read More →


Tuesday March 24, 2015 9:00am - 10:50am
WG 2/3

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