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Energy-based fair queuing: Trading off energy management and time-constraint meeting in mobile systems

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4 Author(s)
J. Wei ; All the authors are from the Universidad Politècnica de Madrid, Spain ; E. Juarez ; M. J. Garrido ; F. Pescador

This paper extends the traditional fair queuing scheduling to the energy management domain, and presents the energy-based fair queuing scheduling, a novel class of energy-aware scheduling algorithms that support proportional energy use, effective time-constraint meeting and a flexible trade-off between them. The proposed algorithm, in combination with a mechanism that restricts the battery discharge rate, can achieve a target lifetime for Operating System (OS)-based mobile devices by including total energy consumption on all system components and systematically managing energy as the first-class resource.

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2013 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE)

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11-14 Jan. 2013