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“EnerJ, the Language of Good-Enough Computing”

10EnerJOPENERFINAL-1379514015683IEEE Spectrum features CSE research on a language for “approximate computing” – work by Adrian Sampson, Luis Ceze, and Dan Grossman.

The work is part of a larger effort of rethinking the computing stack to embrace energy efficiency as a major concern, recognizing the fact that many modern applications do not require perfect accuracy. Other CSE/Microsoft Research work related to this effort, Neural Processing Units, has recently appeared in IEEE Micro “Top Picks” and was selected as a CACM Research Highlight (to appear soon).

Read the IEEE Spectrum article here.

Learn all about the UW CSE research – the SAMPA project – here.

October 8, 2013