Thermal aware energy efficient bengali unicode reader in Text analysis

Abstract

In Text analysis, the current focus of researcher is on performance. There is a wide research gap to design energy efficient hardware which is in use in text analysis. When room temperature is 25 degree Celsius, there is 60.01%, 39.98%, 20% reduction in Clock Power when we scale down device operating frequency from 250GHz to 200GHz, 150GHz and 100GHz respectively. When ambient temperature is 50 degree Celsius, there is 55.56%, 33.33%, 16.67% reduction in Logic Power when we scale down device operating frequency from 250GHz to 200GHz, 150GHz and 100GHz respectively. When ambient temperature is 75 degree Celsius, there is 59.91%, 39.67%, 19.83% reduction in Signal Power when we scale down device operating frequency from 250GHz to 200GHz, 150GHz and 100GHz respectively. When ambient temperature is 100 degree Celsius, there is 60%, 40%, 20% reduction in IOs Power when we scale down device operating frequency from 250GHz to 200GHz, 150GHz and 100GHz respectively. With Thermal Scaling, there is no change in Clock Power, Logic Power, Signal Power and IOs Power. There is 26.56%, 64.73%, 79.46% significant reduction of leakage power when we scale down ambient temperature from100 C to 75 C, 50 C and 25 C.

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@article{Uddin2014ThermalAE, title={Thermal aware energy efficient bengali unicode reader in Text analysis}, author={Ashraf Uddin and Md Atiqur Rahman and Sumit Kumar Banshal and Teerath Das and Tanesh Kumar and Bishwajeet Pandey}, journal={2014 International Conference on Reliability Optimization and Information Technology (ICROIT)}, year={2014}, pages={369-373} }