Methods for organising the associative memory, Computer Engineering

There are two methods for organising the associative memory based on bit slices:

  • Bit parallel organisation:In this organisation every bit slices which are not masked off, participate in the comparison process, i.e., every words are used in parallel.
  • Bit Serial Organisation: In this organisation, only single bit slice participate in the operation across all the words. The bit slice is selected through a control unit and extra logic. This organisation is slower in speed but needs lesser hardware as compared to bit parallel which is much faster.

 

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