Teng-Tiow Tay

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Modern microprocessors have been improving their performance with deeper sub-micron technologies and larger on-chip cache memories. This trend leads to a dramatic increment of power consumption in such units and has prompted researchers to develop power efficient caches. Here we propose a method that dynamically turns off those unused cache lines to save(More)
In this paper we use adaptive fuzzy systems as intelligent identification systems for nonlinear time-varying plants. A new technique to design the fuzzy system that relies on the minimization of a loss function is presented. The design technique uses the centers of the fuzzy sets (labels) at the antecedent part of the rule base as the estimated parameters.(More)
As many embedded microprocessors are battery driven, low power design is becoming increasing necessary. In this paper, we proposed hardware-software co-design architecture for low power arithmetic and logic units. By including multiple functional units with same functions and different speeds, we provide instruction implementations at various power prices.(More)