Scheduling techniques for reducing leakage power in hard real-time systems

@article{Lee2003SchedulingTF,
  title={Scheduling techniques for reducing leakage power in hard real-time systems},
  author={Yann-Hang Lee and Krishna P. Reddy and C. Mani Krishna},
  journal={15th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems, 2003. Proceedings.},
  year={2003},
  pages={105-112}
}
Modern embedded systems are often severely resource-constrained. In current research, the reduction of dynamic power has been the focus. However, with increased chip speed and density in submicron scale, the static (leakage) power consumption has become an increasingly significant fraction of the total. Indeed, a five-fold increase in leakage power per technology generation has been observed. At this pace, leakage power could soon equal dynamic power. In this paper, we investigate scheduling… CONTINUE READING

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