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S2CBench

Synthesizable SystemC Benchmark Suite

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S2CBench v.1.1 provides 15+1 programs written in synthesizable SystemC language. Each benchmark is designed for specific domains such as multimedia, digital signal processing, security, image processing, etc. The programs are provided with the objective to enable researchers analyze their innovative algorithms and techniques and help users compare the quality of results of state of the art commercial High Level Synthesis tools available in industry.

You can log in to our Youtube channel to watch some videos about S2CBench and SystemC in general www.youtube.com/DARClabify or visit our labs web page at http://www.eie.polyu.edu.hk/~schaferb/darclab

To know more about the designs and why they were included in the benchmark suite you can read the following academic paper:
B. Carrion Schafer and A. Mahapatra, "S2CBench:Synthesizable SystemC Benchmark Suite for High-Level Synthesis ", IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, 2014

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  • 15+1 Synthesizable SystemC benchmarks
  • Test individual optimizations
  • Can be used to compare the QoR of commercial HLS tools
  • Includes testbenches and golden outputs

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2014-03-09

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