We have achieved a over 150% increase in throughput and over 100% in utilization in some scenarios.
Our current system allows for static load-balancing. It would be interesting to consider dynamic load-balancing, where the hardware, given a history of past inputs, is able to dynamically reallocate proessors to adapt to incoming data.
We thank Rodric Rabbah, Eric Chan, and Mike Doggett for all their help on the project.
Raw and StreamIt are supported by DARPA grant PCA F29601-03-2-0065, NSF award EIA-0071841, and the MIT Oxygen Alliance. In addition, StreamIt is supported by DARPA grant HPCA/PERCS W0133890 and NSF award CNS-0305453.
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 John D. Owens et al. Polygon Rendering on a Stream Architecture. In SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Workshop on Graphics Hardware, 2000
 William Thies et al. StreamIt: A Language for Streaming Applications. In International Conference on Compiler Construction, 2002
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