DVAS: Dynamic Voltage Accuracy Scaling for increased energy-efficiency in approximate computing

@article{Moons2015DVASDV,
  title={DVAS: Dynamic Voltage Accuracy Scaling for increased energy-efficiency in approximate computing},
  author={Bert Moons and Marian Verhelst},
  journal={2015 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED)},
  year={2015},
  pages={237-242}
}
A wide variety of existing and emerging applications in recognition, mining and synthesis and machine-to-human interactions tolerate small errors or deviations in their computational results. Digital systems can exploit this error tolerance to increase their energy efficiency, which is crucial in high performance wearable electronics and in emerging low power systems for the internet-of-things. A dynamic energy-accuracy trade-off brings an extra degree of freedom for system level power… CONTINUE READING

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