1994 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to VLSI and system level design methodologies and CAD tools.
His primary areas of study are Systems design, High-level synthesis, Programming language, Computer architecture and Software. His work carried out in the field of Systems design brings together such families of science as Embedded system, Communications protocol, Embedded software and Software design. His Behavioral synthesis study in the realm of High-level synthesis interacts with subjects such as Design methods and Combinatorial chemistry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including VHDL and Microarchitecture. Specifically, his work in Computer architecture is concerned with the study of Transaction-level modeling. His Software research includes themes of Systems engineering and Component.
His primary areas of study are Computer architecture, Programming language, Embedded system, Electronic system-level design and verification and Software engineering. His Computer architecture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both High-level synthesis, Design space exploration, Datapath, System on a chip and Component. In most of his Programming language studies, his work intersects topics such as VHDL.
His research in Embedded system intersects with topics in Software, Interface and Process design. Daniel D. Gajski has included themes like Systems design and Embedded software in his Electronic system-level design and verification study. His Software engineering study combines topics in areas such as Integrated circuit design and Systems engineering.
Daniel D. Gajski mostly deals with Embedded system, Computer architecture, Electronic system-level design and verification, Software and High-level synthesis. Daniel D. Gajski has researched Embedded system in several fields, including Multi-core processor and Design process. His Computer architecture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Design space exploration, Software design, Interrupt, Datapath and System on a chip.
Daniel D. Gajski combines subjects such as Platform-based design, Theoretical computer science and Software engineering with his study of Electronic system-level design and verification. His work in the fields of Systems design overlaps with other areas such as Productivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Register-transfer level, Logic synthesis, Interactive design, Semantics and SystemC in addition to High-level synthesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Embedded system, Computer architecture, Software, Datapath and Electronic system-level design and verification. His research integrates issues of Data compression, Reduced instruction set computing and Code generation in his study of Embedded system. His Computer architecture research includes elements of Integrated circuit design, Redundant code, Dead code, System on a chip and Design flow.
His Datapath research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Logic synthesis, High-level synthesis, Compiler and Instruction set. His Electronic system-level design and verification research incorporates elements of Formal verification, Theoretical computer science, Functional verification, Embedded software and Software engineering. His Design space exploration research incorporates themes from Systems design and Electronic design automation.
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High ― Level Synthesis: Introduction to Chip and System Design
Daniel D. Gajski;Nikil D. Dutt;Allen C.-H. Wu;Steve Y.-L. Lin.
High — Level Synthesis
Daniel D. Gajski;Nikil D. Dutt;Allen C-H Wu;Steve Y-L Lin.
Specification and Design of Embedded Systems
Daniel D. Gajski;Frank Vahid;Sanjiv Narayan;Jie Gong.
Hypertool: a programming aid for message-passing systems
M.-Y. Wu;D.D. Gajski.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1990)
SPECC: Specification Language and Methodology
Daniel D. Gajski.
Transaction level modeling: an overview
Lukai Cai;Daniel Gajski.
international conference on hardware/software codesign and system synthesis (2003)
Embedded System Design: Modeling, Synthesis and Verification
Daniel D. Gajski;Samar Abdi;Andreas Gerstlauer;Gunar Schirner.
Principles of Digital Design
Daniel D. Gajski.
An Introduction to High-Level Synthesis
P. Coussy;D.D. Gajski;M. Meredith;A. Takach.
IEEE Design & Test of Computers (1994)
CEDAR: a large scale multiprocessor
D Gajski;D Kuck;D Lawrie;A Sameh.
ACM Sigarch Computer Architecture News (1983)
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