Sleep a technique for reducing energy consumption in handheld devices

Sleep a technique for reducing energy consumption in handheld devices

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Unformatted text preview: μ Sleep: A Technique for Reducing Energy Consumption in Handheld Devices Lawrence S. Brakmo DoCoMo USA Labs, San Jose, CA Deborah A. Wallach Google, Mountain View, CA Marc A. Viredaz Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services Speaker : Chang Chin-her OSlab,CS,NCHU Outline ¡ INTRODUCTION ¡ EVALUATION PLATFORM ¡ μ SLEEP ¡ RESULTS ¡ CONCLUSIONS INTRODUCTION ¡ μSleep is an energy reduction technique for handheld devices that is most effective when the handheld’s processor is lightly loaded. ¡ μSleep tries to put the processor in sleep mode for short periods . INTRODUCTION ¡ The sleep state differs from the usual system sleep state in important ways: ¢ Keeping the display on while showing the image that was present before the system went to sleep. ¢ Waking the system up before the next operating system (OS) scheduled event ¢ Waking the system up when an external event. INTRODUCTION ¡ The goal of these differences is to make the...
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