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 Detecting and Correcting I/O and Memory Errors

SoCs (systems-on-chips) are often deployed in communications, storage, network processing, and mission-critical embedded data processing systems. It is impossible to fully prevent data loss, but engineering due diligence is required to ensure that systems are as safe as practically possible given current data coding methods for error detection and correction. Find out how to build error recovery into your SoCs.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Wed Mar 22, 2006 )


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