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Refactoring Parallel Heterogeneous Resource-Aware Applications - a Software Engineering Approach

The focus of the RePhrase project is on producing new software engineering tools, techniques and methodologies for developing data-intensive applications in C++, targeting heterogeneous multicore/manycore systems that combine CPUs and GPUs into a coherent parallel platform. 

RePhrase is a H2020 project, started on April, 1st, 2015 (http://rephrase.weebly.com/)

Reengineering and Enabling Performance and poweR of Applications

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EU STREP FP7

http://repara-project.eu/

The REPARA project aims to help the transformation and deployment of new and legacy applications in parallel heterogeneous computing architectures while maintaining a balance between application performance, energy efficiency and source code maintainability.

 

Using Local Inference in Massively Distributed SystemLIFT logo

EU FET-Open FP7

http://lift-eu.org/

As the scale of today’s networked techno-social systems continues to increase, the analysis of their global phenomena becomes increasingly difficult, due to the continuous production of streams of data scattered among distributed, possibly resource-constrained nodes, and requiring reliable resolution in (near) real-time.

Robotics UBIquitous COgnitive NetworkRUBICON logo

EU FP7 Project

http://fp7rubicon.eu

The goal of Project Rubicon is to create a self-learning robotic ecology.

This project will create a self-learning robotic ecology, called RUBICON (for Robotic UBIquitous COgnitive Network), consisting of a network of sensors, effectors and mobile robot devices. Enabling robots to seamlessly operate as part of these ecologies is an important challenge for robotics R&D, in order to support applications such as ambient assisted living, security, etc.

ASCENSAutonomic service-component ensembles

http://www.ascens-ist.eu/

The goal of the ASCENS project is to build ensembles in a way that combines the maturity and wide applicability of traditional software engineering approaches with the assurance about functional and non-functional properties provided by formal methods and the flexibility, low management overhead, and optimal utilization of resources promised by autonomic, adaptive, self-aware systems.