Power-efficient System Design

Power-efficient System Design

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The Information and communication technology (ICT) industry is said to account for 2% of the worldwide carbon emissions a€“ a fraction that continues to grow with the relentless push for more and more sophisticated computing equipment, c- munications infrastructure, and mobile devices. While computers evolved in the directionofhigherandhigherperformanceformostofthelatterhalfofthe20thc- tury, the late 1990a€™s and early 2000a€™ssaw a new emergingfundamentalconcern that has begun to shape our day-to-day thinking in system design a€“ power dissipation. As we elaborate in Chapter 1, a variety of factors colluded to raise power-ef?ciency as a ?rst class design concern in the designera€™s mind, with profound consequences all over the ?eld: semiconductor process design, circuit design, design automation tools, system and application software, all the way to large data centers. Power-ef?cient System Design originated from a desire to capture and highlight the exciting developments in the rapidly evolving ?eld of power and energy op- mization in electronic and computer based systems. Tremendous progress has been made in the last two decades, and the topic continues to be a fascinating research area. To develop a clearer focus, we have concentrated on the relatively higher level of design abstraction that is loosely called the system level. In addition to the ext- sive coverage of traditional power reduction targets such as CPU and memory, the book is distinguished by detailed coverage of relatively modern power optimization ideas focussing on components such as compilers, operating systems, servers, data centers, and graphics processors.Kim, T.: Application-driven low-power techniques using dynamic voltage scaling. In: 12th IEEE ... LSI LOGIC: TinyRISC LR4102 Microprocessor Technical Manual 30. Mahesri, A., Vardhan, V.: Power consumption breakdown on a modern laptop . In: PowerAware ... Manual 39. Su, C.L., Despain, A.M.: Cache design trade-offs for power and performance optimization: a case study. In: ISLPED a#39;95: Proceedings of the 1995 international symposium on Low power design, pp. 63a€“ 68.

Title:Power-efficient System Design
Author:Preeti Ranjan Panda, B. V. N. Silpa, Aviral Shrivastava, Krishnaiah Gummidipudi
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-07-23


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