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Editor's notes: Booting and debugging the functionality of silicon samples are known to be challenging and time-consuming tasks, even more so in cost-constrained environments. The authors describe their creative solutions used to bring up Stanford Smart Memories (SSM), a 55-million transistor research chip. VNicola Nicolici, McMaster Universitydoi:10.1109/mdt.2011.2179849 fatcat:4mewkquxvvbkbdvejgskutyujy