Diet SODA: A power-efficient processor for digital cameras

  title={Diet SODA: A power-efficient processor for digital cameras},
  author={Sangwon Seo and Ronald G. Dreslinski and Mark Woh and Chaitali Chakrabarti and Scott A. Mahlke and Trevor N. Mudge},
  journal={2010 ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Low-Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED)},
Power has become the most critical design constraint for embedded handheld devices. This paper proposes a power-efficient SIMD architecture, referred to as Diet SODA, for DSP applications. The key design idea is to apply near-threshold operation on a single instruction and multiple data (SIMD) architecture to significantly lower the power consumption. The major features of Diet SODA are very wide SIMD width, scatter/gather data prefetcher, and dual mode operation. A case study was performed on… CONTINUE READING
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