Low-Power, Resilient Interconnection with Orthogonal Latin Squares
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A reliable, energy-efficient on-chip interconnection network employing low-swing signaling can be designed by incorporating error-correcting code. Orthogonal Latin Square Code (OLSC) can protect the interconnection against transient errors, while also lowering energy consumption. When applied to a 64-bit link using a 45-nm CMOS technology with low-swing signaling, OLSC provided up to 55 energy reduction, with only a small area overhead and no loss in reliability. © 2011 IEEE.
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Lee, S. E., Yang, Y. S., Choi, G. S., Wu, W., & Iyer, R.