Run-time Energy Management for Mobiles


Smit, Lodewijk T. and Smit, Gerard J.M. and Havinga, Paul J.M. (2000) Run-time Energy Management for Mobiles. In: PROGRESS 2000 Workshop on Embedded Systems, October 13, 2000, Utrecht, The Netherlands (pp. pp. 107-112).

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Abstract:Due to limited energy resources, mobile computing requires an energy-efficient a rchitecture. The dynamic nature of a mobile environment demands an architecture that allows adapting to (quickly) changing conditions. The mobile has to adapt d ynamically to new circumstances in the best suitable manner. The hardware and so ftware architecture should be able to support such adaptability and minimize the energy consumption by making resource allocation decisions at run-time. To make these decisions effective, a tradeoff has to be made between computation , communication and initialization costs (both time and energy). This paper describes our approach to construct a model that supports taking such decisions.
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