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Dynamic Voltage Scaling

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Dynamic Voltage Scaling - DVS
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    • Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS) is a promising method to achieve energy saving by slowing down the processor into multiple frequency levels especially in battery-operated embedded systems...

    Yan Wanget al. A dynamic-mode DVS algorithm under dynamic workloads

    • Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS) is a promising method to achieve energy saving by slowing down the processor into multiple frequency levels in battery-operated embedded systems...

    Albert Mo Kim Chenget al. A Dynamic Voltage Scaling Algorithm for Dynamic Workloads

    • Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS [1]) is a popular technique in energy-aware systems: when a CPU is under-utilized, reduce its speed and voltage, thereby trading off increased execution times with reduced energy costs, while meeting real-time tasks' deadline constraints...

    Timothy Durnanet al. DDVS: distributed dynamic voltage scaling

    • Dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) is a technique used in modern microprocessors operated by battery to set voltage and frequency levels at proper values that meet performance requirements while minimizing energy consumption. Most of the present work on DVS management, however, is based on simplistic assumptions about the hardware characteristics that limit the real applicability of the proposed algorithms...

    Mauro Marinoniet al. Adaptive DVS management through elastic scheduling

    • 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 amount of energy consumption...

    Gang Qu. What is the limit of energy saving by dynamic voltage scaling?

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