%T A Single Chip Solution for Distributed Processing Systems
%A Brian C. O'Neill, P.W. Moore, S. Clark
%E Jan F. Broenink, Gerald H. Hilderink
%B Communicating Process Architectures 2003
%X This paper describes a processor and an inter\-processor
communications interfaceintegrated on a single chip for use
in a distributed processing system. The system isbased on
work of the electronic systems design and parallel
processing group at theNottingham Trent University. The four
main elements of the chip design areprocessor, memory,
communication interface and packet routing switch all
integratedunto one chip. This design is achieved by the use
of the ALTERA ARM basedExcalibur system on a programmable
chip (SOPC) containing an embedded processorand programmable
logic. The paper describes the communication features
andimplementation carried out by the research group to
achieve this single chip processor.
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