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Haron, N.Z.B. (author)
Emerging nanoelectronic memories such as Resistive Random Access Memories (RRAMs) are possible candidates to replace the conventional memory technologies such as SRAMs, DRAMs and flash memories in future computer systems. Despite their advantages such as enormous storage capacity, low-power per unit device and reduced manufacturing difficulties,...
doctoral thesis 2012
Borodin, D. (author)
In this dissertation we address the overhead reduction of fault tolerance (FT) techniques. Due to technology trends such as decreasing feature sizes and lowering voltage levels, FT is becoming increasingly important in modern computing systems. FT techniques are based on some form of redundancy. It can be space redundancy (additional hardware),...
doctoral thesis 2010