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Efficient C code for ARM devices

4/2/2012 02:15 PM EDT
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re: Efficient C code for ARM devices
jonnydoin   4/5/2012 12:46:52 PM
Hi Chris, It is really interesting how that article is still valid. When you have done the homework and selected a good low-power chip already, you must address the energy-efficiency techniques you describe to preserve your Coulombs. Writing software thinking about Energy-Delay Product is not something that is usual, though. One has to change the way of thinking about accesses, classes and external memory. - Jonny

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