A Practical Model for Evaluating the Energy Efficiency of Software Applications

@inproceedings{Kalaitzoglou2014APM,
  title={A Practical Model for Evaluating the Energy Efficiency of Software Applications},
  author={Georgios Kalaitzoglou and Magiel Bruntink and Joost Visser},
  booktitle={ICT4S},
  year={2014}
}
Evaluating the energy efficiency of software applications currently is an ad-hoc affair, since no practical and widely applicable model exists for this purpose. The need for such an evaluation model is pressing given the sharp increase in energy demand generated by the ICT industry. In particular, we need to get in control of our software applications since they play a key role in driving the consumption of energy. This paper proposes MESA, a Model for Evaluating the Energy Efficiency of… CONTINUE READING

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