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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)
Increasing attention is being paid to soft errors due to their high incidence. Although various approaches have been developed to mitigate such soft errors in digital storage components such as latches and flip-flops, most of them can detect only a single soft error and correct it only in limited cases, with a high overhead of hardware resources. In this(More)
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