Conference Paper

Power management by brain emotional learning algorithm

Univ. of Tehran, Tehran
DOI: 10.1109/ICASIC.2007.4415571 Conference: ASIC, 2007. ASICON '07. 7th International Conference on
Source: IEEE Xplore

ABSTRACT Nowadays having the most energy efficiency is desirable in its own right from both economical and environmental points of view. Dynamic power management is a system level solution for reducing the consumed energy with putting off unused parts of the system and putting them on in an efficient time. The Emotional Learning Algorithm has been introduced to show the effect of emotions as well known stimuli in the quick and almost satisfying decision making in human. The remarkable properties of emotional learning, low computational complexity and fast training, and its simplicity in multi objective problems has made it a powerful methodology in real time control and decision systems, where the gradient based methods and evolutionary algorithms are hard to be used due to their high computational complexity. Recently the emotional approach has been successfully used to obtain multiple objectives in prediction problems of real world phenomena. At first we introduce methods of dynamic power management and then a new method based on BELBIC would be explained. The simulation results show that this method has a high efficiency in various systems.

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