A reconfiguration-based defect-tolerant design paradigm for nanotechnologies

@article{He2005ARD,
  title={A reconfiguration-based defect-tolerant design paradigm for nanotechnologies},
  author={Chen He and Margarida F. Jacome and Gustavo de Veciana},
  journal={IEEE Design & Test of Computers},
  year={2005},
  volume={22},
  pages={316-326}
}
This article discusses a novel probabilistic design paradigm targeting reconfigurable architected nanofabrics and points to a promising foundation for comprehensively addressing, at the system level, the density, scalability, and reliability challenges of emerging nanotechnologies. The approach exposes a new class of yield, delay, and cost trade-offs that must be jointly considered when designing computing systems in defect-prone nanotechnologies. 
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