Dynamic voltage scaling algorithms for soft and hard real-time system
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Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS) has not been investigated completely for further minimizing the energy consumption of microprocessor and prolonging the operational life of real-time systems. In this dissertation, the workload prediction based DVS and the offline convex optimization based DVS for soft and hard real-time systems are investigated, respectively. The proposed algorithms of soft and hard real-time systems are implemented on a small scaled wireless sensor network (WSN) and a simulation model, respectively.
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