Editorial TVLSI Positioning - Continuing and Accelerating an Upward Trajectory

Massimo Alioto, Magdy S. Abadir, Tughrul Arslan, Chirn Chye Boon, Andreas Burg, Chip Hong Chang, Meng Fan Chang, Yao Wen Chang, Poki Chen, Pasquale Corsonello, Paolo Crovetti, Shiro Dosho, Rolf Drechsler, Ibrahim Abe M. Elfadel, Ruonan Han, Masanori Hashimoto, Chun Huat Heng, Deukhyoun Heo, Tsung Yi Ho, Houman HomayounYuh Shyan Hwang, Ajay Joshi, Rajiv V. Joshi, Tanay Karnik, Chulwoo Kim, Tae Hyoung Tony Kim, Jaydeep Kulkarni, Volkan Kursun, Yoonmyung Lee, Hai Helen Li, Huawei Li, Prabhat Mishra, Baker Mohammad, Mehran Mozaffari Kermani, Makoto Nagata, Koji Nii, Partha Pratim Pande, Bipul C. Paul, Vasilis F. Pavlidis, Jose Pineda De Gyvez, Ioannis Savidis, Patrick Schaumont, Fabio Sebastiano, Anirban Sengupta, Mingoo Seok, Mircea R. Stan, Mark M. Tehranipoor, Aida Todri-Sanial, Marian Verhelst, Valerio Vignoli, Xiaoqing Wen, Jiang Xu, Wei Zhang, Zhengya Zhang, Jun Zhou, Mark Zwolinski, Stacey Weber

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Abstract

I. VLSI Systems: A Glance Into The Last Decades Since their inception in 1970s, VLSI systems have enabled several new technological capabilities and made them accessible to an unceasingly wider range of users, reaching a scale that has been exponentially increasing over the decades [1] (see Fig. 1). Relentless integration of more complex systems has driven such remarkable evolution, as made possible by the inexorable miniaturization. As shown in Fig. 1, more functionality has been crammed in a consistently smaller form factor, as exemplified by the physical volume shrinking of computers by 100 X/decade [2], [3]. At the same time, the energy per task has been decreasing at 10-100 X/decade, as shown in Fig. 2, for several systems and system-on-chip subsystems [4]. This allowed packing more capabilities into the same power envelope, as generally observed in the electronic systems, even before the advent of the integrated circuit [5].

Original languageEnglish
Article number8629340
Pages (from-to)253-280
Number of pages28
JournalIEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems
Volume27
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Feb 1

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Software
  • Hardware and Architecture
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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