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AbstractÐImpulse is a memory system architecture that adds an optional level of address indirection at the memory controller. Applications can use this level of indirection to remap their data structures in memory. As a result, they can control how their data is accessed and cached, which can improve cache and bus utilization. The Impulse design does not require any modification to processor, cache, or bus designs since all the functionality resides at the memory controller. As a result,doi:10.1109/12.966490 fatcat:aorvqc2pm5erbotcexbgbpks4i