Online Prediction of Battery Lifetime for Embedded and Mobile Devices.
01/2003; In proceeding of: Power-Aware Computer Systems, Third International Workshop, PACS 2003, SanDiego, CA, USA, December 1, 2003, Revised Papers
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 01/2010; 128. · 1.65 Impact Factor
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ABSTRACT: To fully utilize the limited battery energy of mobile electronic devices, we propose an adaptive adjustment method of processing quality for multiple image stream tasks running with widely varying execution times. This adjustment method completes the worst-case executions of the tasks with a given budget of energy, and maximizes the total reward value of processing quality obtained during their executions by exploiting the probability distribution of task execution times. The proposed method derives the maximum reward value for the tasks being executable with arbitrary processing quality, and near maximum value for the tasks being executable with a finite number of processing qualities. Our evaluation on a prototype system shows that the proposed method achieves larger reward values, by up to 57%, than the previous method.01/2008;
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