Issue No.04 - April (1989 vol.38)
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Reconfiguration schemes for replacing faulty cells (processing elements) with spare cells are introduced for massive parallel rectangular mesh array processors with fine-grained cells. The authors introduce the concept of two-level redundancy as an effective way of using redundant units to reduce the complexity of reconfiguration control circuitry, to limit the length of connecting wires after
reconfiguration; distributed defects; VLSI/WSI mesh array processors; two-level redundancy; processing elements; parallel rectangular; complexity; manufacturing yield; operation reliability; optimization technique; combinatorial analysis; clustered defects; fault tolerant computing; parallel processing; VLSI.
M. Cutler, M. Wang, "Reconfiguration of VLSI/WSI Mesh Array Processors with Two-Level Redundancy", IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol.38, no. 4, pp. 547-554, April 1989, doi:10.1109/12.21147