MEMMU: Memory expansion for MMU-less embedded systems

@article{Bai2009MEMMUME,
  title={MEMMU: Memory expansion for MMU-less embedded systems},
  author={Lan S. Bai and Lei Yang and Robert P. Dick},
  journal={ACM Trans. Embedded Comput. Syst.},
  year={2009},
  volume={8},
  pages={23:1-23:33}
}
Random access memory (RAM) is tightly constrained in the least expensive, lowest-power embedded systems such as sensor network nodes and portable consumer electronics. The most widely used sensor network nodes have only 4 to 10KB of RAM and do not contain memory management units (MMUs). It is difficult to implement complex applications under such tight memory constraints. Nonetheless, price and power-consumption constraints make it unlikely that increases in RAM in these systems will keep pace… CONTINUE READING

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