Abdulhakim Abogharaf

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Todays users extensively download video files on their wireless handheld devices, namely, smartphones and tablet computers, which are inherently power constrained. The batteries on those devices barely last for 2-3 hours while downloading and playing video files. Experiments have shown that video downloads account for a large portion of the total energy(More)
Smartphones are becoming increasingly popular among users. They are equipped with an enormous number of applications, and these applications drain the smartphones' batteries. Moreover, battery capacity is significantly restricted due to constraints on size and weight of the device. It is important for smartphone applications to be energy efficient. Thus, a(More)
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication is a promising technology for next generation communication systems. This communication paradigm facilitates ubiquitous communications with full mechanical automation, where a large number of intelligent devices connected by wired/wireless links, interact with each other without direct human intervention. As a result,(More)
Energy performance testing in smartphones is a challenging task and the extent of exhaustive testing depends on the system configurations for different parameters and applications. In this paper, we propose a technique to classify the configuration parameters of a smartphone by partitioning them into two groups based on their maximum differential power(More)
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