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AbstractVoltage scaling, as the most important knob for energy efficiency, is limited by leakage and variability. Variability is arisen from various sources including static manufacturing process, dynamic voltage and temperature fluctuations, and temporal changes over time. To address these variations, designers resort to excessive margins. These margins are increasing rapidly and eventually obliterating any gains due to device scaling. As a consequence, reduction of margins in design hasdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-52017-5_22 fatcat:znejh7lidjfpngv726tngonw6q