Pouya Fotouhi

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Domain Wall Memory (DWM) with ultra-high density and comparable read/write latency to DRAM is an attractive replacement for CMOS-based devices. Unlike DRAM, DWM has non-uniform data access latency that is proportional to the number of shift operations. While previous works have demonstrated the feasibility of using DWM as main memory and have proposed(More)
Smaller feature size, lower supply voltage, and faster clock rates have made modern computer systems more susceptible to faults. Although previous fault tolerance techniques usually target a relatively low fault rate and consider error recovery less critical, with the advent of higher fault rates, recovery overhead is no longer negligible. In this paper, we(More)
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