Memory-aware energy-optimal frequency assignment for dynamic supply voltage scaling

@article{Cho2004MemoryawareEF,
  title={Memory-aware energy-optimal frequency assignment for dynamic supply voltage scaling},
  author={Youngjin Cho and Naehyuck Chang},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2004 International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (IEEE Cat. No.04TH8758)},
  year={2004},
  pages={387-392}
}
Dynamic supply voltage scaling (DVS) is one of the best ways to reduce the energy consumption of a device when there is a super-linear relationship between energy and supply voltage, and a pseudo-linear relationship between delay and supply voltage. However, most DVS schemes scale the clock frequency of the supply-voltage-clock-scalable (SVCS) CPU only and do not address the energy consumption of the memory. The memory is generally non-supply-voltage-scalable (NSVS), but its energy consumption… CONTINUE READING
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