Implementation of data structures
the selection of a memory type and instance for each data structure. A delay line for instance, can be stored in RAM or in a register file.
the organisation of data structures per memory device, e.g., two matrices can share the same RAM locations if they are not alive simultaneously.
the internal organisation of each data structure in a particular part of the memory, e.g., a matrix may be stored row-by-row or column-by-column.
the address generation. For instance, addresses may be computed at runtime or stored in a ROM table.
KeywordsDelay Line Storage Location Register File Control Step Physical Address
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