GreenDroid: Automated Diagnosis of Energy Inefficiency for Smartphone Applications

@article{Liu2014GreenDroidAD,
  title={GreenDroid: Automated Diagnosis of Energy Inefficiency for Smartphone Applications},
  author={Yepang Liu and Chang Xu and S. Cheung and J. Lu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering},
  year={2014},
  volume={40},
  pages={911-940}
}
Smartphone applications' energy efficiency is vital, but many Android applications suffer from serious energy inefficiency problems. Locating these problems is labor-intensive and automated diagnosis is highly desirable. However, a key challenge is the lack of a decidable criterion that facilitates automated judgment of such energy problems. Our work aims to address this challenge. We conducted an in-depth study of 173 open-source and 229 commercial Android applications, and observed two common… Expand
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