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Self-Adjusting Chips To Extend Limits Of Computing Power

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August 18, 2000
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University Of Rochester
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A team of scientists at the University of Rochester is undertaking the next step in computing-designing a chip that reconfigures itself as it runs, adapting to the needs of software while processing faster and using less power while doing so.

A team of scientists at the University of Rochester is undertaking the next step in computing-designing a chip that reconfigures itself as it runs, adapting to the needs of software while processing faster and using less power while doing so. The adaptable chip signals an effort to take full advantage of the massive processing power that chip makers now deliver to desktops every day.


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