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PETARS 2012 - Workshop on Power, Energy, and Temperature Aware Real-time Systems



VenueSan Juan, Puerto Rico Puerto Rico



Topics/Call fo Papers

Many embedded systems are subject to limited power supply or have thermal problems in terms of potential overheating. The need for managing these issues is an increasing concern in the industry. The work published in more general embedded systems is only of limited utility for real-time systems, for which temporal guarantees need to be provided. On the other hand, the work currently published in academic circles of the real-time community, is often subject to simplifying assumptions, due to the need of marrying power considerations with real-time constraints. The aim of the workshop is to foster a strong discussion climate, to gear the research closer to reality. The research community shall benefit by virtues of having a more coherent view of the system in their power related aspects, in particular in terms of the used models. Topics to be discussed

Power aware Scheduling

Energy Management

Thermal Management

Power and Thermal Models

Power Dissipation Attribution and Monitoring

Energy and Thermal Profiling

Last modified: 2012-08-05 14:32:54