Measuring energy consumption using EML (energy measurement library)

  title={Measuring energy consumption using EML (energy measurement library)},
  author={Alberto Cabrera P{\'e}rez and Francisco Almeida and Javier Arteaga and Vicente Blanco P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Computer Science - Research and Development},
Energy consumption and efficiency is a main issue in high performance computing systems in order to reach exascale computing. Researchers in the field are focusing their effort in reducing the first and increasing the latter while there is no current standard for energy measurement. Current energy measurement tools are specific and architectural dependent and this has to be addressed. By creating a standard tool, it is possible to generate independence between the experiments and the hardware… CONTINUE READING


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