Emerging Trends in Design and Applications of Memory-Based Computing and Content-Addressable Memories

@article{Karam2015EmergingTI,
  title={Emerging Trends in Design and Applications of Memory-Based Computing and Content-Addressable Memories},
  author={Robert Karam and Ruchir Puri and Swaroop Ghosh and Swarup Bhunia},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2015},
  volume={103},
  pages={1311-1330}
}
Content-addressable memory (CAM) and associative memory (AM) are types of storage structures that allow searching by content as opposed to searching by address. Such memory structures are used in diverse applications ranging from branch prediction in a processor to complex pattern recognition. In this paper, we review the emerging challenges and opportunities in implementing different varieties of CAM/AM structures. Beyond-CMOS silicon and nonsilicon memory technologies hold significant promise… CONTINUE READING
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