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* [https://elinux.org/images/d/d5/SafeMem-ELC-E-2010.pdf PDF]
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== Exploiting On-chip Memories in Embedded Linux Applications  [ELCE 2010] ==
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'''Presenter: ''' Will Newton<br>
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'''Summary:'''
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This presentation talks about what's wrong with SDRAM,<br>
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what solutions are available and core memories.
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* [https://elinux.org/images/0/09/Will_newton-elc2010-slides.pdf PDF]

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Introduction to HyperBus Memory Devices [ELCE 2019]

Presenter: Vignesh Raghavendra, Texas Instruments
Summary: This presentation talks about the HyperBus framework
and how it supports HyperBus memory devices like HyperFlash.
The presentation introduces HyperBus protocol, CFI specification,
HyperFlash and their kernel framework.

Allocators for Compressed Pages: In-depth Comparison with z3fold in Focus [ELCE 2017]

Presenter: Vitaly Wool, Consultant
Summary: This talk discuss about the performance and compression ratio
comparisons for the allocators, z3fold streamlining work, such as
evaluating lock-less lists (lllists), wider use of atomic operations.

Introduction to Memory Management in Linux [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Matt Porter, Konsulko
Summary: This presentation will describe the different types of virtual memory
spaces and mappings used in the Linux kernel, the cases in which they
are useful and how they are implemented in the kernel.

A Simple Method to Detect Memory Leaks and Buffer Overruns [ELCE 2010]

Presenter: Ravi Sankar Guntur
Summary: This presentation discusses about methods to detect
memory leaks and buffer overrun.

Exploiting On-chip Memories in Embedded Linux Applications [ELCE 2010]

Presenter: Will Newton
Summary: This presentation talks about what's wrong with SDRAM,
what solutions are available and core memories.