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Addressing the Energy Crisis in Mobile Computing With Developing Power Aware Software: University

@inproceedings{Gurun2003AddressingTE,
  title={Addressing the Energy Crisis in Mobile Computing With Developing Power Aware Software: University},
  author={Selim Gurun and Chandra Krintz},
  year={2003}
}
Reducing program power consumption by resource restricted devices has recently become a very active research area.The driving force behind this interest is the wide-spread popularity of portable computers, handheld devices, and cell phones.Consequently, there is an accelerating demand for increased battery life in mobile devices. One way in which we can increase battery life is to improve battery technology and to produce devices that consume less power. Alternately, we can take a software… 
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