Effective memory access optimization by memory delay modeling, memory allocation, and slack time management, 207-211
Sultan Daud Khan, Mohammad Saqib, Saleh Basalamah;
Proceedings 2011 4th IEEE International Conference on computer science and information technology Juni 10-12, 2011 Chengdu, China (ICCSIT 2011)
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MPSoCS are gaining popularity because of its potential to solve computationally expensive applications. MPSoCS frequently use two kinds of memories; on-chip SRAMs and off-chip DRAMs. processor in multi-core systems usually take many clock cysles for the transfer of data to/from off-chip memories which affects the overall system performance. while on-chip memory operation takes one of two clock cycles, an off-chip memory access take significantly more number of clock cycles. memory access delay largely depend on the ways of memory allocation and array binding. in this paper, memory delay modelling for finding accurate delays and two effective techniques, memory allocation and slack time management, are proposed for memory access optimization off-chip DRAM's.