Mingxu Zhang

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Three-dimensional (3D) flash memory stacks layers of data storage cells vertically to overcome the scaling limits in conventional planar NAND flash memory. Current 3D flash memory faces new challenges including thermal issues and complex manufacturing process. This paper presents TheraPhy, a novel thermal-aware physical space allocation strategy for(More)
Three-dimensional (3D) flash memory is emerging as an attractive solution to overcome the scaling bottleneck in sub-20 nanometer design. Compared to the conventional planar flash memory, current 3D flash memory adopts charge-trap technology that can significantly enhance cell density and storage capacity. Despite these advantages, novel material and(More)
In recent years, landfill and incineration of waste is considered a new mercury pollution, which is paid widespread attention by domestic and foreign scientists. This paper studies mercury pollution Characteristics in the soil around Landfill taking landfill in Huainan City for an example and using AMA 254 Advanced Mercury Analyzer produced by US LECO(More)
Deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are widely adopted in intelligent systems with unprecedented accuracy but at the cost of a substantial amount of data movement. Although recent development in processing-in-memory (PIM) architecture seeks to minimize data movement by computing the data at the dedicated nonvolatile device, how to jointly explore the(More)
Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are widely adopted in artificial intelligent systems. In contrast to conventional computing centric applications, the computational and memory resources of CNN applications are mixed together in the network weights. This incurs a significant amount of data movement, especially for highdimensional convolutions. Although(More)
Dust devils are common but meteorologically unique phenomena on Earth and on Mars. The phenomenon produces a vertical vortex motion in the atmosphere boundary layer and often occurs in hot desert regions, especially in the afternoons from late spring to early summer. Dust devils usually contain abundant wind energy, for example, a maximum swirling wind(More)
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