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Always-on TinyML perception tasks in IoT applications require very high energy efficiency. Analog compute-in-memory (CiM) using non-volatile memory (NVM) promises high efficiency and also provides self-contained on-chip model storage. However, analog CiM introduces new practical considerations, including conductance drift, read/write noise, fixed analog-to-digital (ADC) converter gain, etc. These additional constraints must be addressed to achieve models that can be deployed on analog CiM witharXiv:2111.06503v1 fatcat:tcrphrxtxredzmhwfxyjfnn5ku