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In digital signal processors (DSPs) variables are accessed using k address registers. The problem of finding a memory layout, for a set of variables, that minimizes the address-computation overhead is known as the General Offset Assignment (GOA) Problem. The most common approach to this problem is to partition the set of variables into k partitions and to(More)
In digital signal processors (DSPs), variables are accessed using <i>k</i> address registers. The problem of finding a memory layout, for a set of variables, that minimizes the address-computation overhead is known as the General Offset Assignment (GOA) problem. The most common approach to this problem is to partition the set of variables into <i>k</i>(More)
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