Dynamic voltage scheduling technique for low-power multimedia applications using buffers

@inproceedings{Im2001DynamicVS,
  title={Dynamic voltage scheduling technique for low-power multimedia applications using buffers},
  author={Chaeseok Im and Huiseok Kim and Soonhoi Ha},
  booktitle={ISLPED},
  year={2001}
}
As multimedia applications are used increasingly in many embedded systems, power efficient design for the applications becomes more important than ever. This paper proposes a simple dynamic voltage scheduling technique, which suits the multimedia applications well. The proposed technique fully utilizes the idle intervals with buffers in a variable speed processor. The main theme of this paper is to determine the minimum buffer size to achieve the maximum energy saving in three cases: single… CONTINUE READING
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