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Fine grain word length optimization for dynamic precision scaling in DSP systems
2013 IFIP/IEEE 21st International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI-SoC)
Dynamic precision scaling is a promising technique to reduce power consumption in Digital Signal Processing (DSP) systems. Power savings are achieved by dynamically adapting word lengths to a time-varying environment. Typical applications are wireless communication systems that operate under different wireless channel conditions. One of the obstacles of such techniques is that they require an optimization of word lengths for all intermediate values at all possible operation points. This makesdoi:10.1109/vlsi-soc.2013.6673287 dblp:conf/vlsi/LeeG13 fatcat:ti4b3iduqbguzfq52cwuki2agm