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Low Energy Wake-up Logic

Wake-up logic is responsible for informing instructions in the Window that are waiting to execute, about the availability of their input operands. The conventional method of wake-up consumes a significant percentage of the Instruction Window energy. Reducing the wake-up energy also addresses the Instruction Window hot spot problem caused due to the high power density of the Instruction Window. Full story
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