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ICCAD
2001
IEEE
127views Hardware» more  ICCAD 2001»
12 years 8 months ago
What is the Limit of Energy Saving by Dynamic Voltage Scaling?
Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) is a technique that varies the supply voltage and clock frequency based on the computation load to provide desired performance with the minimal amoun...
Gang Qu
PLDI
2003
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
Compile-time dynamic voltage scaling settings: opportunities and limits
With power-related concerns becoming dominant aspects of hardware and software design, significant research effort has been devoted towards system power minimization. Among run-t...
Fen Xie, Margaret Martonosi, Sharad Malik
RTSS
2003
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
A Dynamic Voltage Scaling Algorithm for Sporadic Tasks
Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) algorithms save energy by scaling down the processor frequency when the processor is not fully loaded. Many algorithms have been proposed for periodi...
Ala' Qadi, Steve Goddard, Shane Farritor
GLVLSI
2006
IEEE
155views VLSI» more  GLVLSI 2006»
12 years 5 months ago
Dynamic voltage scaling for multitasking real-time systems with uncertain execution time
Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) for real-time systems has been extensively studied to save energy. Previous studies consider the probabilistic distributions of tasks’ execution ti...
Changjiu Xian, Yung-Hsiang Lu
ISLPED
2004
ACM
110views Hardware» more  ISLPED 2004»
12 years 5 months ago
Reducing pipeline energy demands with local DVS and dynamic retiming
The quadratic relationship between voltage and energy has made dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) one of the most powerful techniques to reduce system power demands. Recently, techniqu...
Seokwoo Lee, Shidhartha Das, Toan Pham, Todd M. Au...
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