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Method and apparatus for managing access to a memory

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9,720,851
August 1, 2017
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A method and apparatus for managing access to a memory of a computing system. A controller transforms a plurality of operations that represent a computing job into an operational memory layout that reduces a size of a selected portion of the memory that needs to be accessed to perform the computing job. The controller stores the operational memory layout in a plurality of memory cells within the selected portion of the memory. The controller controls a sequence by which a processor in the computing system accesses the memory to perform the computing job using the operational memory layout. The operational memory layout reduces an amount of energy consumed by the processor to perform the computing job.
14/ 831,702
August 20, 2015
1/1
G06F 15/00 (20060101)G06F 12/14 (20060101)G06F 9/48 (20060101)
GOVERNMENT LICENSE RIGHTS This invention was made with United States Government support under Contract No. DE-AC04-94AL85000 between Sandia Corporation and the United States Department of Energy. The United States Government has certain rights in this invention.