Energy Efficiency through Significance- Based Computing. Nikolopoulos, D., S., Vandierendonck, H., Bellas, N., Antonopoulos, C., D., Lalis, S., Karakonstantis, G., & Burg, A.
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An extension of approximate computing, significance-based computing exploits applications' inherent error resiliency and offers a new structural paradigm that strategically relaxes full computational precision to provide significant energy savings with minimal performance degradation.
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