Recovery-driven design: A power minimization methodology for error-tolerant processor modules

@article{Kahng2010RecoverydrivenDA,
  title={Recovery-driven design: A power minimization methodology for error-tolerant processor modules},
  author={Andrew B. Kahng and Seokhyeong Kang and Rakesh Kumar and John Sartori},
  journal={Design Automation Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={825-830}
}
Conventional CAD methodologies optimize a processor module for correct operation, and prohibit timing violations during nominal operation. In this paper, we propose recovery-driven design, a design approach that optimizes a processor module for a target timing error rate instead of correct operation. We show that significant power benefits are possible from a recovery-driven design flow that deliberately allows errors caused by voltage overscaling ([10],[3]) to occur during nominal operation… CONTINUE READING
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