Dynamic power management for nonstationary service requests

Eui Young Chung, Luca Benini, Alessandro Bogliolo, Giovanni De Micheli

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Abstract

Dynamic Power Management is a design methodology aiming at reducing power consumption of electronic systems, by performing selective shutdown of the idle system resources. The effectiveness of a power-management scheme depends critically on an accurate modeling of the environment, and on the computation of the control policy. This paper presents two methods for characterizing non-stationary service requests by means of a prediction scheme based on sliding windows. Moreover, it describes how control policies for nonstationary models can be derived.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesign, Automation, and Test in Europe
Subtitle of host publicationThe Most Influential Papers of 10 Years Date
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Pages195-206
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9781402064876
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008 Dec 1

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Electric power utilization
Power management

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Chung, E. Y., Benini, L., Bogliolo, A., & De Micheli, G. (2008). Dynamic power management for nonstationary service requests. In Design, Automation, and Test in Europe: The Most Influential Papers of 10 Years Date (pp. 195-206). Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-6488-3_15
Chung, Eui Young ; Benini, Luca ; Bogliolo, Alessandro ; De Micheli, Giovanni. / Dynamic power management for nonstationary service requests. Design, Automation, and Test in Europe: The Most Influential Papers of 10 Years Date. Springer Netherlands, 2008. pp. 195-206
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Chung EY, Benini L, Bogliolo A, De Micheli G. Dynamic power management for nonstationary service requests. In Design, Automation, and Test in Europe: The Most Influential Papers of 10 Years Date. Springer Netherlands. 2008. p. 195-206 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-6488-3_15