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Power-aware scheduling and dynamic voltage setting for tasks running on a hard real-time system
Asia and South Pacific Conference on Design Automation, 2006.
This paper addresses the problem of minimizing energy consumption of a computer system performing periodic hard real-time tasks with precedence constraints. In the proposed approach, dynamic power management and voltage scaling techniques are combined to reduce the energy consumption of the CPU and devices. The optimization problem is first formulated as an integer programming problem. Next, a three-phase solution framework, which integrates power management scheduling and task voltagedoi:10.1109/aspdac.2006.1594730 dblp:conf/aspdac/RongP06 fatcat:blb4gr4m6bea3b5niyc25jfvcq