Architectural power models for sram and cam structures based on hybrid analytical/empirical techniques

@article{Liang2007ArchitecturalPM,
  title={Architectural power models for sram and cam structures based on hybrid analytical/empirical techniques},
  author={Xiaoyao Liang and Kerem Turgay and David M. Brooks},
  journal={2007 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design},
  year={2007},
  pages={824-830}
}
The need to perform power analysis in the early stages of the design process has become critical as power has become a major design constraint. Embedded and high-performance microprocessors incorporate large on-chip cache and similar SRAM-based or CAM-based structures, and these components can consume a significant fraction of the total chip power. Thus an accurate power modeling method for such structures is important in early architecture design studies. We present a unified architecture… CONTINUE READING
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