Efficient State Retention for Transiently-powered Embedded Sensing

@inproceedings{Bhatti2016EfficientSR,
  title={Efficient State Retention for Transiently-powered Embedded Sensing},
  author={Naveed Anwar Bhatti and Luca Mottola},
  booktitle={EWSN},
  year={2016}
}
We present state retention techniques to support embedded sensing applications on 32-bit microcontrollers whose energy provisioning is assisted through ambient harvesting or wireless energy transfer. As energy availability is likely erratic in these settings, applications may be unpredictably interrupted. To behave dependably, applications should resume from where they left as soon as energy is newly available. We investigate the fundamental building block necessary to this end, and conceive… CONTINUE READING
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