A Speed-up Technique for an Auto-Memoization Processor by Reusing Partial Results of Instruction Regions

@article{Kamimura2012AST,
  title={A Speed-up Technique for an Auto-Memoization Processor by Reusing Partial Results of Instruction Regions},
  author={Kazutaka Kamimura and Ryosuke Oda and Tatsuhiro Yamada and Tomoaki Tsumura and Hiroshi Matsuo and Yasuhiko Nakashima},
  journal={2012 Third International Conference on Networking and Computing},
  year={2012},
  pages={49-57}
}
We have proposed an auto-memoization processor based on computation reuse. The auto-memoization processor dynamically detects functions and loop iterations as reusable blocks, and memoizes them automatically. In the past model, computation reuse cannot be applied if the current input sequence even differs by only one input value from the past input sequences, since processing results will differ. This paper proposes a new partial reuse model, which can apply computation reuse to the early part… CONTINUE READING

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