BEAVERTON, Ore. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — October 19, 2011 — Open Core Protocol International Partnership (OCP-IP) announced today they have published an updated version of their Research Bibliography. This innovative feature of the OCP-IP website allows both students and researchers to quickly and easily locate critical research documents and papers for use in studies and research projects in the field of on-chip communications.
The Research Bibliography was updated through the efforts of the OCP-IP NoC Benchmarking Working Group and is freely available to anyone who wishes to view the document. The Group includes: Tampere University of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Boston University, University of British Columbia, Carnegie Melon University, Princeton, Washington State University, and Transylvania University.
Everyone is encouraged to contribute to the document. If you are aware of an important paper discussing on-chip communication that is not included in the listing, please visit our on-line submission form to submit references for consideration.
“Tomorrow’s innovation starts with the university students and research organizations of today,” said Ian Mackintosh, president, OCP-IP. “OCP-IP is proud to support this bibliography listing to make finding relevant research material easier, and we are excited to offer students the opportunity to work with our expert Working Groups on real-world applications.”
The Network on Chip Benchmarking Working Group has also issued an open call for Benchmarks to be distributed to researchers. NoC researchers may submit benchmarks from any application domain to be included. For more information on the call for benchmarks, please see http://www.ocpip.org/ocpspec_call_for_benchmarks.php.
Institutions interested in joining the work of OCP-IP’s Network on Chip Benchmarking Working Group should contact Email Contact.
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