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The proactive reconfiguration is an emerging technique that enlarges the lifetime of memory systems with embedded SRAM cells. This work introduces a novel version that modifies and enhances the advantages of this technique and furthermore it takes into account the process variability impact on the memory components. Our results show between a 30% and a 45% of system lifetime increase over the existing proactive reconfiguration technique and 1.7X to ~10X improvement to non-proactive reconfiguration one.
CitationPouyan, P.; Amat, Esteve; Rubio, A. Proactive reconfiguration, a methodology for extending SRAM lifetime. A: Variability modelling and mitigation techniques in current and future technologies. "VAMM Workshop in DATE". 2012, p. 35-36.
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