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Actions usually taken to prevent processors from overheating, such as decreasing the frequency or stopping the execution flow, also degrade performance. Multiprocessor systems, however, offer the possibility of moving the task that caused a CPU to overheat away to some other, cooler CPU, so throttling becomes only a last resort taken if all of a system's processors are hot. Additionally, the scheduler can take advantage of the energy characteristics of individual tasks, and distribute hot tasksdoi:10.1145/1218063.1217974 fatcat:fnhe2nifzvd4jgahwe56ntiodm