Multi-level Dynamic Binary Translation in the Internet of Things Enviorment

Multi-level Dynamic Binary Translation in the Internet of Things Enviorment

This project aims to explore novel techniques for Dynamic Binary Translation in embedded devices exploring compilation offload on the FOG.

Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things

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This project uses OpenISA, a free and extremely fast to emulate architecture, to bring to the IoT universe support to interpretation, dynamic translation and offload of execution and compilation by exploring FOG architecture. Thus, creating an environment of easy deployment, while maintaining performance and bug compatibility even in a heterogeneous IoT world.

We use artificial intelligence to teach the DBT how to make quick decisions about when to offload and which optimization is best for which selected region during the dynamic compilation.

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Vanderson R. created project Multi-level Dynamic Binary Translation in the Internet of Things Enviorment

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Multi-level Dynamic Binary Translation in the Internet of Things Enviorment

This project uses OpenISA, a free and extremely fast to emulate architecture, to bring to the IoT universe support to interpretation, dynamic translation and offload of execution and compilation by exploring FOG architecture. Thus, creating an environment of easy deployment, while maintaining performance and bug compatibility even in a heterogeneous IoT world.

We use artificial intelligence to teach the DBT how to make quick decisions about when to offload and which optimization is best for which selected region during the dynamic compilation.

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Vanderson Rosario

Ph.D. Researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the research industry (Compiler Researcher Intern at MATERA System and Samsung Ph.D. Fellowship). Strong research professional skilled in Virtual Machines and Compilers. He finished his undergraduate degree as the first in his class, winning a best paper award for his final course assignment. He was accepted at Unicamp (considered the best university in Latin America) and passed first in Unicamp Computer Science Masters entrance examination. Then, only after one year in his Masters, Vanderson was invited to transfers his Master Course directly to Ph.D. at which he is currently receiving a Samsung fellowship to development of new technologies on the Android ART Virtual Machine. His Ph.D. thesis is related to the acceleration of Dynamic Binary Translators.

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