Eurekalert November 15, 2018 Matching hardware with software can require a cluster of specialists. A team of researchers in the US (Arizona State University, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Michigan) developed a domain-focused advanced software-reconfigurable heterogeneous System on a Chip (DASH-SoC). They are developing an intelligent scheduler that maps out which physical areas of the chip complete which tasks and when. It learns how to schedule the tasks for specialized processors and control the power needed to process them. The research provides for a powerful, energy-efficient and easy-to-use SoCs that can be used in a wide range of applications…read more.