Crosstalk-Aware Channel Coding Schemes for Energy Efficient and Reliable NOC Interconnects

@article{Ganguly2009CrosstalkAwareCC,
  title={Crosstalk-Aware Channel Coding Schemes for Energy Efficient and Reliable NOC Interconnects},
  author={Amlan Ganguly and Partha Pratim Pande and Benjamin Belzer},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems},
  year={2009},
  volume={17},
  pages={1626-1639}
}
Network-on-chip (NOC) is emerging as a revolutionary methodology to integrate numerous intellectual property blocks in a single die. It is the packet switching-based communications backbone that interconnects the components on multicore system-on-chip (SoC). A major challenge that NOC design is expected to face is related to the intrinsic unreliability of the interconnect infrastructure under technology limitations. By incorporating error control coding schemes along the interconnects, NOC… CONTINUE READING
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