Imperial College London

Department of Computing
M.Eng. Fourth Year Course

CO405H (Autumn 2016)
Dataflow Computing in Space

Oskar Mencer (o.mencer@imperial.ac.uk)
Georgi Gaydadjiev (g.gaydadjiev@imperial.ac.uk)


Dataflow computing in space at work

Various OpenSPL based designs can be found on the AppGallery.


Aim

The aim of this course is to introduce you to Dataflow Computing in Space.

Learning Objectives

Learning Outcomes

Description and Assessment

The course covers the whole range of issues related to programming and optimization of Spatial Computing Systems. The written examination (open book) in w11 contributes 85% to the overall mark while the individula project contributes 15%. Unassessed practice test for formative assessment only are available here (TBD).

Teaching Assistant

(TBD)

Prerequisites

Java, Computer Architecture I, Logic Design, Algorithms and Data Structures

Syllabus

Reading List


Lecture Schedule / Notes (Autumn 2016)
Week
Lectures
Project
Extras
2
None
None
3
None
Tutorials
4
Tutorials
5
None
Tutorials
6

  9 - Programming DFEs (Loops II) (PDF) (PPSX)

  10 - Correlation Example (PDF) (PPSX)

 
7

Correlation

 
8
Correlation
 
9
Correlation
 

Web based Design Environment (WebIDE)

You can find WebIDE here. Please note that you can use the departmental computers for the simulation. Installation on your notebook will not work due to various licensing restrictions of the different tools involved.

Other useful information

Self-assessment using unassessed exercises (with model answers).

There are no office hours. Please send us an e-mail in case you have a question.

The exams of the last years can be found here for 2014 and 2015.


Page maintained by: Georgi Gaydadjiev
Last updated: 5 October 2016