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The Impact of Process Scaling on Scratchpad Memory Energy Savings
Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications
Scratchpad memories have been shown to reduce power consumption, but the different characteristics of nanometer scale processes, such as increased leakage power, motivate an examination of how the benefits of these memories change with process scaling. Process and application characteristics affect the amount of energy saved by a scratchpad memory. Increases in leakage as a percentage of total power particularly impact applications that rarely access memory. This study examines how the benefitsdoi:10.3390/jlpea4030231 fatcat:zl7yh2ltjna3nf7cs4eleoosby