By Suet-Fei Li, Roy Sutton, Jan Rabaey (auth.), Luca Benini, Mahmut Kandemir, J. Ramanujam (eds.)
Compilers and working structures for Low Power makes a speciality of either application-level compiler directed power optimization and low-power working structures. Chapters were written completely for this quantity via a number of of the prime researchers and alertness builders energetic within the box. the 1st six chapters specialise in low power working structures, or extra mostly, energy-aware middleware providers. the following 5 chapters are situated on compilation and code optimization. eventually, the final bankruptcy takes a extra basic point of view on cellular computing. the fabric demonstrates the cutting-edge paintings and proves that to acquire the simplest energy/performance features, compilers, approach software program, and structure needs to interact. the connection among energy-aware middleware and instant microsensors, cellular computing and different instant functions are covered.
This paintings might be of curiosity to researchers within the components of low-power computing, embedded platforms, compiler optimizations, and working structures.
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A sensor node can sense the environment, forwards packets and receive commands all at the same time. The as needs to support concurrency in the application as well as explore and utilize the concurrency in the heterogeneous architecture. Since the as has the global "view" of the system, it can also perform global power management to optimize the system power consumption. Essentially, the as is a global scheduler with power management. In our vision of the system architecture, the as is refocused from the microprocessor and becomes a separate unit that can be implemented in software, hardware, reconfigurable logic, or some combination.
TinyOS' s rudimentary power management scheme also needs to be greatly improved. We have proposed the following extensions to TinyOS to establish the OS as the global system scheduler and power manager. 1. Replace the simple FIFO task scheduler in TinyOS with a more sophisticated scheduler, which supports voltage scaling of the modules to which the tasks are assigned. This implies that each task should carry some real time scheduling information. Scheduling techniques for variable voltage can be applied to minimize power consumption while meeting the performance constraints  [II] .
Compilers and Operating Systems for Low Power by Suet-Fei Li, Roy Sutton, Jan Rabaey (auth.), Luca Benini, Mahmut Kandemir, J. Ramanujam (eds.)