The final review meeting of the FP7 REPARA project took place in Bruxelles end of October. REPARA
demonstrated that existing sequential standard C++ code may be refactored such that both execution time and power consumption may be reduced to one half, by applying the REPARA assisted, semi-automatic refactoring methodology. Our group contributed with a REPARA specific enhancement of FastFlow that has been used as the target runtime to execute code on CPU, GPUs and FPGAs (via the TPC library developed by the partners from Darmstadt Univ. (D).
Our group is proud of having contributed to the project final results and very happy of the cooperation established with the renowned project partners under the coordination of an excellent project coordinator.