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Algorithmic transforms for efficient energy scalable computation
ISLPED'00: Proceedings of the 2000 International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (Cat. No.00TH8514)
We introduce the notion of energy scalable computation on general purpose processors. The principle idea is to maximize computational quality for a given energy constraint. The desirable energyquality behavior of algorithms is discussed. Subsequently the energy-quality scalability of three distinct categories of commonly used signal processing algorithms (viz. filtering, frequency domain transforms and classification) are analyzed on the StrongARM SA-1100 processor and transformations aredoi:10.1109/lpe.2000.155249 fatcat:sdedvmzpsrbi7m6bjp7gmsc7de