In this work, we propose an integrated, full-stack System to enable Memory-Centric Computing (SMC2). We target a system that has near-memory data processors (NDP) as well as an extendable memory pool.
Operating systems (OS) provide the interface for programs to access privileged hardware and decide which programs can access system resources, when they can access them and for how long. Within the OS kernel, these decisions are made during scheduling, workload placement and mapping, resource accounting and various kinds of application and VM introspection.
Although the loss of audibility associated with age-related hearing loss is relatively easy to address via ap- propriate frequency-gain amplification used in today's hearing aids, difficulty hearing in noisy environments is not.