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Rejuvenator : A Static Wear Leveling Algorithm for Flash memory

@inproceedings{Murugan2010RejuvenatorA,
  title={Rejuvenator : A Static Wear Leveling Algorithm for Flash memory},
  author={Muthukumar Murugan and David Hung-Chang Du},
  year={2010}
}
NAND flash memory has the potential to become the storage alternative of the future due to its better performance and low power requirements. However reliability is still a critical issue in using NAND flash memory for large scale enterprise applications. The number of times a block can be reliably erased is limited in a NAND flash memory. A wear leveling algorithm helps to prevent the early wear out of blocks in the flash memory. It spreads the erase operations evenly across all blocks and… Expand
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