3D Nanoelectronic Computer Architecture and Implementation by D. Crawley, K. Nikolic, M. Forshaw

By D. Crawley, K. Nikolic, M. Forshaw

It really is changing into more and more transparent that the two-dimensional format of units on desktop chips is beginning to prevent the improvement of high-performance computers. three-d buildings can be had to give you the functionality required to enforce computationally in depth initiatives. 3-D Nanoelectronic machine structure and Implementation stories the cutting-edge in nanoelectronic machine layout and fabrication and discusses the architectural points of 3-D designs, together with the prospective use of molecular wiring and carbon nanotube interconnections. this can be a beneficial reference for these occupied with the layout and improvement of nanoelectronic units and expertise.

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Test Conf. (Atlantic City, NJ, October 3–5) pp 985–94 [22] Lo J-C, Thanawastien S, Rao T R N and Nicolaidis M 1992 An SFS Berger check prediction ALU and its application to self-checking processor designs IEEE Trans. CAD 11 525–40 [23] Yamauchi T, Hammond L and Olukotun K 1997 The hierarchical multi-bank DRAM: A high performance architecture for memory integrated with processors Proc. 17th Conf. on Adv. Res. 1 Introduction Research into three-dimensional (3D) electronics has continued for more than three decades and a very large number of techniques have been studied.

However, this may be of little significance where the yield of working chips is high and the number of layers in the stack is small. Instead of providing a conductive path through which to transmit signals between layers in a stack, capacitive coupling has been investigated [10]. 6. This technique has the advantage of not requiring vertical conducting pathways for the signals at all so that alignment of the layers in the stack might be simplified, provided that crosstalk due to stray fields is not problematic.

This represents power savings of 19% and 13% respectively (strictly speaking, this is the saving of energy, since only a single template-matching operation has been considered—in practice, however, the program would run continuously on a stream of images and the value would indeed represent the saving in power). 3 Median filter The median-filter algorithm which was implemented was that described by Danielsson [15] and subsequently by Otto [16] and operated on a 3 × 3 neighbourhood. 2. PE cycle counts for the template-matching programs.

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