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- Sungkyung Park, Chester Sungchung Park:
Design of Low-Gate-Count Low-Power Microprocessors with High Code Density for Deeply Embedded Applications. J. Circuits Syst. Comput. 26(9): 1750132:1-1750132:24 (2017)
- Andrea Manuzzato, Fabio Campi, Valentino Liberali, Davide Pandini:
Design methodology for low-power embedded microprocessors. PATMOS 2013: 259-264
- Dirk Jansen, Nidal Fawaz, Daniel Bau, Marc Durrenberger:
A Small High Performance Microprocessor Core Sirius for Embedded Low Power Designs, Demonstrated in a Medical Mass Application of an Electronic Pill(EPill®). IESS 2007: 363-372
- Allen C. Cheng, Gary S. Tyson:
High-quality ISA synthesis for low-power cache designs in embedded microprocessors. IBM J. Res. Dev. 50(2-3): 299-310 (2006)
- Seong-Won Lee, Neungsoo Park, Jean-Luc Gaudiot:
Low Power Microprocessor Design for Embedded Systems. ICCSA (4) 2006: 622-630
- Rodrigo Possamai Bastos, Fernanda Lima Kastensmidt, Ricardo Reis:
Designing Low-Power Embedded Software for Mass-Produced Microprocessor by Using a Loop Table in On-Chip Memory. PATMOS 2005: 59-68
- Christian Piguet, T. Schneider, Jean-Marc Masgonty, Claude Arm, Serge Durand, M. Stegers:
Low-Power Embedded Microprocessor Design. EUROMICRO 1996: 600-605
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