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Controlling Energy Demand in Mobile Computing SystemsMultiple Devices—Interactions and Tradeoffs

Controlling Energy Demand in Mobile Computing Systems: Multiple Devices—Interactions and Tradeoffs [While the majority of work in energy management for mobile computing has focused on a single component at a time and the savings in consumption by that device, this chapter discusses the interactions and tradeoffs among the power management policies of multiple devices. There are both negative and positive implications in considering multiple devices. We illustrate how the power management on one component of a system may have a negative impact on overall energy consumption or motivate policy changes for another device. Opportunities exist in systems that make choices among alternative devices on the basis of energy consumption (e.g., remote versus local computation, storage on flash versus disk). Finally, we introduce research efforts that focus on whole-system energy management.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Controlling Energy Demand in Mobile Computing SystemsMultiple Devices—Interactions and Tradeoffs

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2007
ISBN
978-3-031-01347-8
Pages
55 –67
DOI
10.1007/978-3-031-02475-7_5
Publisher site
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Abstract

[While the majority of work in energy management for mobile computing has focused on a single component at a time and the savings in consumption by that device, this chapter discusses the interactions and tradeoffs among the power management policies of multiple devices. There are both negative and positive implications in considering multiple devices. We illustrate how the power management on one component of a system may have a negative impact on overall energy consumption or motivate policy changes for another device. Opportunities exist in systems that make choices among alternative devices on the basis of energy consumption (e.g., remote versus local computation, storage on flash versus disk). Finally, we introduce research efforts that focus on whole-system energy management.]

Published: Jan 1, 2007

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