Fault tolerant mechanism to improve yield in NoCs using a reconfigurable router

@inproceedings{Concatto2009FaultTM,
  title={Fault tolerant mechanism to improve yield in NoCs using a reconfigurable router},
  author={Caroline Concatto and Debora Matos and Luigi Carro and Fernanda Gusm{\~a}o de Lima Kastensmidt and Altamiro Amadeu Susin and {\'E}rika F. Cota and M{\'a}rcio Eduardo Kreutz},
  booktitle={SBCCI},
  year={2009}
}
As the complexity of designs increase and technologies scale down, devices are subject to new types of malfunctions and failures. Network-on-chip routers are responsible to ensure the proper communication of on-chip cores, and the buffers present in the router channels are crucial to ensure the communication performance. However, faults can affect the routers services, thus compromising the communication integrity and the whole operation of the system. This work proposes the simultaneous use of… CONTINUE READING
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