3D Integration for NoC-based SoC Architectures by Chuan Seng Tan (auth.), Abbas Sheibanyrad, Frédéric Pétrot,
By Chuan Seng Tan (auth.), Abbas Sheibanyrad, Frédéric Pétrot, Axel Jantsch (eds.)
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3 we become more concrete by assuming specific system sizes and frequencies. This allows for analyzing performance limits under power, frequency and area constraints. 5. 1 Computation Intrinsic Computational Efficiency (â†œICE) of silicon  is the number of 32-bit add operations per Joule, or the number of operations per second per Watt. 85Â€pJ in 50Â€nm technology. Thus, we get as intrinsic computational efficiency the following. 83 pJ) = 540 GOPS/W The ICE reflects the amount of computation that can be done within an energy envelope, but it does not measure the amount of computations per area or per volume.
The factors μT, ω and Δ are abstractions of architectural choices and features. Based on EE we define the Effective Computational Efficiency (â†œECE) as follows. tn ECEarch = 1 tn EEarch which gives the amount of computation we can do within the energy envelope of 1Â€J; or the amount of computations per second we can do within the power envelope of 1Â€W. 32 A. Jantsch et al. 1â†œæ¸€ Notation and metrics of comparison Abstraction of architectural design parameters Minimum feature size of a technology node (nm) tn Architecture of system (2D, 3D2, 3D4, 3D8, 3D16) arch ω Ratio of on- to off-chip memory (â†œωÂ€= 1: all memory is on-chip, ωÂ€= 0: all off-chip) Δ Memory distribution factor (ΔÂ€= 1: all centralized memory, ΔÂ€= 0: all local) μT Number of memory accesses per h/w operation (â†œμTÂ€= 1: one mem.
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