The technological push for smaller computers and other electronic devices requires compromises. The smaller the transistors, the more power they require to remain as accurate as their larger cousins.
A few weeks ago at the Association for Computing Machinery’s annual Object Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages & Applications conference, MIT researches presented a new system named Chisel that will allow programmers to add a certain level of errors to specific program sections. For example, in graphics, a programmer could use Chisel to test various levels of error in order to determine tolerated maximum level of error tolerance before display flaws become noticeable to the viewer. The trade-off could result in up to 19% power savings.
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