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A Hardware-Software Design Framework for Distributed Cellular Computing

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A Hardware-Software Design Framework for Distributed Cellular Computing. / Mudry, Pierre-Andre; Ruffin, Julien; Gauguin, Michel; Tempesti, Gianluca.

In: INTEGRATED CIRCUIT AND SYSTEMS DESIGN: POWER AND TIMING MODELING, OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION, Vol. 5216, 2008, p. 71-82.

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Mudry, P-A, Ruffin, J, Gauguin, M & Tempesti, G 2008, 'A Hardware-Software Design Framework for Distributed Cellular Computing', INTEGRATED CIRCUIT AND SYSTEMS DESIGN: POWER AND TIMING MODELING, OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION, vol. 5216, pp. 71-82.

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Mudry, P-A., Ruffin, J., Gauguin, M., & Tempesti, G. (2008). A Hardware-Software Design Framework for Distributed Cellular Computing. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT AND SYSTEMS DESIGN: POWER AND TIMING MODELING, OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION, 5216, 71-82.

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Mudry P-A, Ruffin J, Gauguin M, Tempesti G. A Hardware-Software Design Framework for Distributed Cellular Computing. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT AND SYSTEMS DESIGN: POWER AND TIMING MODELING, OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION. 2008;5216:71-82.

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Mudry, Pierre-Andre ; Ruffin, Julien ; Gauguin, Michel ; Tempesti, Gianluca. / A Hardware-Software Design Framework for Distributed Cellular Computing. In: INTEGRATED CIRCUIT AND SYSTEMS DESIGN: POWER AND TIMING MODELING, OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION. 2008 ; Vol. 5216. pp. 71-82.

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