Associative memory organisations, Computer Engineering

Associative Memory Organisations

The associative memory is organised in w words with b bits per word. In w x b array, every bit is known a cell. Each cell is made up of a flip-flop that haves some comparison logic gates for read-write operations and pattern match. Thus, it is possible to read or write in parallel due to the logic structure. A set of bit cells of all the words at the similar position in a vertical column is known bit slice as shown below:-

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                                                                  Associative memory

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