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Self-repairing digital systems have received increasing attention as modern systems are getting more complex and fast. Currently available self-repairing architectures have, however, some limitations such as storage overhead required to prepare all possible rewiring strategies and temporal incorrectness caused by elongated repairing time. In this paper, we(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Epilepsy is the second most common disease of the brain. Epilepsy makes it difficult for patients to live a normal life because it is difficult to predict when seizures will occur. In this regard, if seizures could be predicted a reasonable period of time before their occurrence, epilepsy patients could take precautions against them(More)
From the perspective of systems science, tumorigenesis can be hypothesized as a critical transition (an abrupt shift from one state to another) between proliferative and apoptotic attractors on the state space of a molecular interaction network, for which an attractor is defined as a stable state to which all initial states ultimately converge, and the(More)
This paper describes a dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) scheme for the dynamic power management (DPM) of the extendable instruction set computing processor. The DVFS circuit comprises a digitally-controlled DC-DC buck converter with a dual VCDL-based ADC and a low-power and low-jitter DLL-based clock generator with self-calibration. The(More)
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