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CALL FOR PAPERS
ACM Transactions on on Storage (TOS)
Special Issue on NVM and Storage
Dr. Michael Swift, University of Wisconsin
Dr. Jason Xue, City University of Hong Kong
Non-Volatile memory (NVM) technologies have demonstrated great potentials on improving many aspects of present and future memory hierarchy, offering high integration density, larger capacity, zero standby power and good resilience to soft errors. The recent research progress of various NVMs, e.g., NAND flash, PCM, STT-RAM, RRAM, FeRAM, etc., have drawn tremendous attentions from both academy and industry. The unique characteristics of these NVM technologies, such as read-write asymmetry, stochastic programming behavior, access through memory rather than I/O instructions, performance-power-nonvolatilit
We are soliciting papers for the ACM TOS Special Issue on NVM and Storage that includes but is not limited to the following topics:
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