The Fifth International Workshop on Software Support for Portable Storage


NAND flash memory has been widely used as a nonvolatile storage for data. However, it does not support byte-level random access and hence directly executing program codes from NAND flash memory is not possible. Thus, we have to use RAM as working storage for preloading the program codes and executing them from RAM. This approach, however, requires a large… (More)


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