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DRAM-based main memories have read operations that destroy the read data, and as a result, must buffer large amounts of data on each array access to keep chip costs low. Unfortunately, system-level trends such as increased memory contention in multi-core architectures and data mapping schemes that improve memory parallelism lead to only a small amount of the buffered data to be accessed. This makes buffering large amounts of data on every memory array access energy-inefficient; yet organizingdoi:10.1109/iccd.2012.6378685 dblp:conf/iccd/MezaLM12 fatcat:mngr2k32ljblbigki7f3wynw4m