Architectural implications of nanoscale-integrated sensing and computing

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2010-01-01

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The authors explore nanoscale sensor processor (nSP) architectures. Their design includes a simple accumulator-based instruction-set architecture, sensors, limited memory, and instruction-fused sensing. Using nSP technology based on optical resonance energy transfer logic helps them decrease the design's size; their smallest design is about the size of the largest-known virus. © 2006 IEEE.

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10.1109/MM.2010.9

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Pistol, C, W Chongchitmate, C Dwyer and AR Lebeck (2010). Architectural implications of nanoscale-integrated sensing and computing. IEEE Micro, 30(1). pp. 110–120. 10.1109/MM.2010.9 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/3766.

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Alvin R. Lebeck

Professor of Computer Science

My interests span atoms to applications, with a foundation centered in computer architecture and systems. I enjoy a combination of interdisciplinary and conventional research.


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