Compilers and Operating Systems for Low Power

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ISBN-13:
9781402075735
Einband:
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Erscheinungsdatum:
30.09.2003
Seiten:
254
Autor:
Luca Benini
Gewicht:
522 g
Format:
241x161x22 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Focuses on both application-level compiler directed energy optimization and low-power operating systems. This volume discusses low energy operating systems, compilation and code optimization, and the relationship between energy-aware middleware and wireless microsensors, mobile computing, and other wireless applications.
List of Figures. List of Tables. Contributing Authors. Preface.
1: Low Power Operating System for Heterogeneous Wireless Communication System; Suet-Fei Li, R. Sutton, J. Rabaey. 1. Introduction. 2. Event-driven versus General-purpose OS. 3. Low Power Reactive OS for Heterogeneous Architectures. 4. Conclusion and Future Work. References.
2: A Modified Dual-Priority Scheduling Algorithm for Hard Real-Time Systems to Improve Energy Savings; M.A. Moncusí, A. Arenas, J. Labarta. 1. Introduction. 2. Dual-Priority Scheduling. 3. Power-Low Modified Dual-Priority Scheduling. 4. Experimental Results. 5. Summary. References.
3: Toward the Placement of Power Management Points in Real-Time Applications; N. AbouGhazaleh, D. Mossé, B. Childers, R. Melhem. 1. Introduction. 2. Model. 3. Sources of Overhead. 4. Speed Adjustment Schemes. 5. Optimal Number of PMPs. 6. Conclusion. Appendix: Derivation of Formulas. References.
4: Energy Characterization of Embedded Real-Time Operating Systems; A. Acquaviva, L. Benini, B. Riccó. 1. Introduction. 2. Related Work. 3. System Overview. 4. Characterization Strategy. 5. RTOS Characterization Results. 6. Summary of Findings. 7. Conclusions. References.
5: Dynamic Cluster Reconfiguration for Power and Performance; E. Pinheiro, R. Bianchini, E.V. Carrera, T. Heath. 1.Motivation. 2. Cluster Configuration and Load Distribution. 3. Methodology. 4. Experimental Results. 5. Related Work. 6. Conclusions. References.
6: Energy Management of Virtual Memory on Diskless Devices; J. Hom, U. Kremer. 1. Introduction. 2. Related Work. 3. Problem Formulation. 4. EELRM Prototype Compiler. 5. Experiments. 6. Future Work. 7. Conclusion. References.
7: Propagating Constants Past Software to Hardware Peripherals on Fixed-Application Embedded Systems; G. Stitt, F. Vahid. 1. Introduction. 2. Example. 3. Parameters in Cores. 4. Propagating Constants from Software to Hardware. 5. Experiments. 6. Future Work. 7. Conclusions. References.
8: Constructive Timing Violation for Improving Energy Efficiency; T. Sato, I. Arita. 1. Introduction. 2. Low Power via Fault-Tolerance. 3. Evaluation Methodology. 4. Simulation Results. 5. Related Work. 6. Conclusion and Future Work. References.
9: Power Modeling and Reduction of VLIW Processors; Weiping Liao, Lei He. 1. Introduction. 2. Cycle-Accurate VLIW Power Simulation. 3. Clock Ramping. 4. Experimental Results. 5. Conclusions and Discussion. References.
10: Low-Power Design of Turbo Decoder with Exploration of Energy-Throughput Trade-off; A. Vandecappelle, B. Bougard,
Compilers and Operating Systems for Low Power focuses on both application-level compiler directed energy optimization and low-power operating systems. Chapters have been written exclusively for this volume by several of the leading researchers and application developers active in the field. The first six chapters focus on low energy operating systems, or more in general, energy-aware middleware services. The next five chapters are centered on compilation and code optimization. Finally, the last chapter takes a more general viewpoint on mobile computing. The material demonstrates the state-of-the-art work and proves that to obtain the best energy/performance characteristics, compilers, system software, and architecture must work together. The relationship between energy-aware middleware and wireless microsensors, mobile computing and other wireless applications are covered.
This work will be of interest to researchers in the areas of low-power computing, embedded systems, compiler optimizations, and operating systems.

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