Feedback-based dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for memory-bound real-time applications

@article{Poellabauer2005FeedbackbasedDV,
  title={Feedback-based dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for memory-bound real-time applications},
  author={Christian Poellabauer and Leo Singleton and Karsten Schwan},
  journal={11th IEEE Real Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium},
  year={2005},
  pages={234-243}
}
Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling is increasingly being used to reduce the energy requirements of embedded and real-time applications by exploiting idle CPU resources, while still maintaining all application's real-time characteristics. Accurate predictions of task run-times are key to computing the frequencies and voltages that ensure that all tasks' real-time constraints are met. Past work has used feedback-based approaches, where applications' past CPU utilizations are used to predict… CONTINUE READING
Highly Cited
This paper has 60 citations. REVIEW CITATIONS