From Variability Tolerance to Approximate Computing in Parallel Integrated Architectures and Accelerators

From Variability Tolerance to Approximate Computing in Parallel Integrated Architectures and Accelerators

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194 pages

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This book focuses on computing devices and their design at various levels to combat variability.  The authors provide a review of key concepts with particular emphasis on timing errors caused by various variability sources. They discuss methods to predict and prevent, detect and correct, and finally conditions under which such errors can be accepted; they also consider their implications on cost, performance and quality. Coverage includes a comparative evaluation of methods for deployment across various layers of the system from circuits, architecture, to application software. These can be combined in various ways to achieve specific goals related to observability and controllability of the variability effects, providing means to achieve cross layer or hybrid resilience.

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Date de parution 23 avril 2017
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EAN13 9783319537689
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Langue English

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This book focuses on computing devices and their design at various levels to combat variability.  The authors provide a review of key concepts with particular emphasis on timing errors caused by various variability sources. They discuss methods to predict and prevent, detect and correct, and finally conditions under which such errors can be accepted; they also consider their implications on cost, performance and quality. Coverage includes a comparative evaluation of methods for deployment across various layers of the system from circuits, architecture, to application software. These can be combined in various ways to achieve specific goals related to observability and controllability of the variability effects, providing means to achieve cross layer or hybrid resilience.