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Energy consumption is a major constraining factor for embedded multi-core systems. Using aggressive voltage scaling can reduce power consumption, but memory operations become unreliable. Several embedded applications exhibit inherent tolerance to computation approximation, for which indicating parts that can tolerate errors has proven a viable way to reduce energy consumption. In this work we propose an extension to OpenMP to specify what regions of code and data are tolerant to approximation.doi:10.1109/isvlsi.2015.64 dblp:conf/isvlsi/TagliaviniRBM15 fatcat:do3naxkiibh33lxwddhvyhwiwq