AMPERE's vision was streamed at the IEEE ISORC 2020
AMPERE's vision was presented by Eduardo Quiñones on Thursday 21 May 2020 at 10:45 (GMT-5) /17:45 (GMT+2) as an invited paper titled "The AMPERE Project: A Model-driven development framework for highly Parallel and EneRgy-Efficient computation supporting multi-criteria optimization" at IEEE ISORC 2020. The invited paper was part of session 5, which is titled "Architectures & Instrumentation."
As mentioned by Eduardo Quiñones during the presentation "The project aims to bridge the gap between the model-driven engineered methods and the pilot models used in the most advanced parallel architecture by providing a development framework for implementing cyber-physical systems targeted in parallel heterogeneous architectures. AMPERE provides an execution framework that is capable of exploiting the performance capabilities of parallel heterogeneous architectures fulfilling the non-functional requirements of the system."
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The AMPERE presentation can be watched here