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2005
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
CRAMES: compressed RAM for embedded systems
Memory is a scarce resource in many embedded systems. Increasing memory often increases packaging and cooling costs, size, and energy consumption. This paper presents CRAMES, an e...
Lei Yang, Robert P. Dick, Haris Lekatsas, Srimat T...
JCP
2006
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9 years 5 months ago
Compression of Short Text on Embedded Systems
Abstract-- The paper details a scheme for lossless compression of short data series larger than 50 Bytes. The method uses arithmetic coding and context modeling with a low-complexi...
Stephan Rein, Clemens Gühmann, Frank H. P. Fi...
DFT
2006
IEEE
203views VLSI» more  DFT 2006»
9 years 12 months ago
Self Testing SoC with Reduced Memory Requirements and Minimized Hardware Overhead
This paper describes a methodology of creating a built-in diagnostic system of a System on Chip and experimental results of the system application on the AT94K FPSLIC with cores d...
Ondrej Novák, Zdenek Plíva, Jiri Jen...
PLDI
1999
ACM
9 years 10 months ago
Enhanced Code Compression for Embedded RISC Processors
This paper explores compiler techniques for reducing the memory needed to load and run program executables. In embedded systems, where economic incentives to reduce both ram and r...
Keith D. Cooper, Nathaniel McIntosh
CASES
2006
ACM
9 years 12 months ago
Automated compile-time and run-time techniques to increase usable memory in MMU-less embedded systems
Random access memory (RAM) is tightly-constrained in many embedded systems. This is especially true for the least expensive, lowest-power embedded systems, such as sensor network ...
Lan S. Bai, Lei Yang, Robert P. Dick
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