Benchmarking for power consumption monitoring

  title={Benchmarking for power consumption monitoring},
  author={Mich{\`e}le Weiland and Nick Johnson},
  journal={Computer Science - Research and Development},
This paper presents a set of benchmarks that are designed to measure power consumption in parallel systems. The benchmarks range from low-level, single instructions or operations, to small kernels. In addition to describing the motivation behind developing the benchmarks and the design principles that were followed, the paper also introduces a metric to quantify the power-performance of a parallel system. Initial results are presented and help to illustrate the contribution of the paper. 
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