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A comparative analysis of power and energy management techniques in real embedded applications

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This paper demonstrates via use of realistic embedded program execution traces, the power and energy savings possible from a variety of dynamic power management techniques. This includes a new variable cluster microarchitecture that allows very dynamic control over its energy/performance characteristics. The traces employed were derived from testbed emulating a planned upcoming deep space mission under a variety of mission scenarios.

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Innovative Architecture for Future Generation High-Performance Processors and Systems, 2003

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17 July 2003