Impact of delay propagation on NTV PCMOS design

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Abstract

While modern energy efficient low voltage designs focus on near-threshold voltage (NTV) operation for general purpose computing and exploiting an application's intrinsic error resilience by deploying probabilistic-CMOS (PCMOS) circuits for application specific computing, our results emphasize the impact of delay on PCMOS bits at NTV and lower voltage operations. This delay is very important to be considered while modeling PCMOS systems, as it propagates and has crucial effects on the most significant bits of the computations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Conference: Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT
Place of PublicationPerugia
PublisherNoise in physical systems, dipartimento di fisica e geologia
Pages21-22
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2016
EventEnergy efficiency and sustainability in ICT - Aalborg, Denmark
Duration: 16 Aug 201619 Aug 2016

Publication series

NameICT Energy Letters
PublisherNiPS Laboratory, Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia
Number12
Volume12

Conference

ConferenceEnergy efficiency and sustainability in ICT
CountryDenmark
CityAalborg
Period16/08/1619/08/16

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Keywords

  • CAES-EEA: Efficient Embedded Architectures
  • delay propagation
  • IR-101893
  • EWI-27356
  • METIS-318575
  • probabilistic computing

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Oudshoorn, L., Gillani, G. A., & Kokkeler, A. B. J. (2016). Impact of delay propagation on NTV PCMOS design. In Proceedings of the International Conference: Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT (pp. 21-22). (ICT Energy Letters; Vol. 12, No. 12). Perugia: Noise in physical systems, dipartimento di fisica e geologia.
Oudshoorn, L. ; Gillani, G.A. ; Kokkeler, Andre B.J. / Impact of delay propagation on NTV PCMOS design. Proceedings of the International Conference: Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT. Perugia : Noise in physical systems, dipartimento di fisica e geologia, 2016. pp. 21-22 (ICT Energy Letters; 12).
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Oudshoorn, L, Gillani, GA & Kokkeler, ABJ 2016, Impact of delay propagation on NTV PCMOS design. in Proceedings of the International Conference: Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT. ICT Energy Letters, no. 12, vol. 12, Noise in physical systems, dipartimento di fisica e geologia, Perugia, pp. 21-22, Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT, Aalborg, Denmark, 16/08/16.

Impact of delay propagation on NTV PCMOS design. / Oudshoorn, L.; Gillani, G.A.; Kokkeler, Andre B.J.

Proceedings of the International Conference: Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT. Perugia : Noise in physical systems, dipartimento di fisica e geologia, 2016. p. 21-22 (ICT Energy Letters; Vol. 12, No. 12).

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Oudshoorn L, Gillani GA, Kokkeler ABJ. Impact of delay propagation on NTV PCMOS design. In Proceedings of the International Conference: Energy efficiency and sustainability in ICT. Perugia: Noise in physical systems, dipartimento di fisica e geologia. 2016. p. 21-22. (ICT Energy Letters; 12).