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A dynamically-reconfigurable, power-efficient turbo decoder (2004)
posted by Andre on Sunday April 01, @02:20PM
from the reconfiguring-to-save-energy dept.
FCCM 20 Nomination wayne writes "One of the earliest demonstration of how run-time reconfiguration can reduce power consumption for an important application in communication."

Title:A dynamically-reconfigurable, power-efficient turbo decoder
Year:2004
Category:Run-Time Systems and Run-Time Reconfiguration
DOI Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/FCCM.2004.3

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[Key Building Block: 4] [Opened Area: 4] [Industry Impact: 3] [Model Paper: 3] [Highly Cited: 2]
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1: should not be considered (bottom 50%)
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