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Improved data structure for vector compression

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Abstract:
Memory plays a crucial role in designing the embedded systems. A larger memory can accommodate larger applications. But it increases cost, area and energy requirements. Transistor size is an important part of improving computer technology. Smaller the transistors, more we can fit on a chip, and faster and more efficient will be the process. Even the transistor technology improves every year, it limits the range in which we can increase the memory of an embedded system. Some chips, particularly embedded VLSI chips and low end microprocessors may have small amount of RAM which is not expandable. The proposed method improves the memory usage, by improving the data structure. The improved data structure reduces the node details defined in it.
Keywords:SOC-LUT-MBSDS(Mixed Bit Saving based Dictionary Selection).

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