Data access optimization in a processing-in-memory system

@inproceedings{Sura2015DataAO,
  title={Data access optimization in a processing-in-memory system},
  author={Zehra Sura and Arpith C. Jacob and Tong Chen and Bryan S. Rosenburg and Olivier Sallenave and Carlo Bertolli and Samuel Ant{\~a}o and Jos{\'e} R. Brunheroto and Yoonho Park and Kevin O'Brien and Ravi Nair},
  booktitle={Conf. Computing Frontiers},
  year={2015}
}
The Active Memory Cube (AMC) system is a novel heterogeneous computing system concept designed to provide high performance and power-efficiency across a range of applications. The AMC architecture includes general-purpose host processors and specially designed in-memory processors (processing lanes) that would be integrated in a logic layer within 3D DRAM memory. The processing lanes have large vector register files but no power-hungry caches or local memory buffers. Performance depends on how… CONTINUE READING
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