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11-apr.-2012
12:29 PM PDT
Designing Application Software for Energy-efficient Performance
Di Mike Pearce (Intel)Pubblicato il 04/11/20121
Personal computers are designed to be in processor idle 75% of the time but in fact might more realistically be estimated to be idle in excess of 90% of the time because of the effects of imposed waits for user input, server response, and resource availab
05-apr.-2012
1:18 PM PDT
Energy-Efficient Software Guidelines
Di adminPubblicato il 04/05/20121
Download White Paper (PDF) The purpose of this document is to provide energy efficient software guidelines extending the items described in the “Energy-Efficient Software Checklist” document. The guidelines are OS and architecture agnostic except where otherwise noted. The following guidelines fo...
05-apr.-2012
12:13 PM PDT
Energy-Efficient Software Criteria
Di adminPubblicato il 04/05/20121
Energy-Efficient Software Criteria Download Software Criteria (PDF) Checklist for creating software applications that is energy-efficient. The checklist is operating system-agnostic except where otherwise noted. Computational Efficiency Loops Minimized the use of tight loops? Converted polling lo...
15-mar.-2012
10:46 AM PDT
Using Intel® Power Checker to measure the energy performance of a compute-intensive application
Di Clay Breshears (Intel)Pubblicato il 03/15/20121
Intel® Power Checker provides developers with a quick and easy way to evaluate the idle power efficiency of their applications on mobile platforms with Intel® Core™ processor or Intel® Atom™ technology running the Microsoft Windows* operating system.
14-mar.-2012
12:03 AM PDT
Low Power Intel® Architecture for Small Form Factor Devices: Supplemental Information
Di adminPubblicato il 03/14/20120
This entry is a supplement to the article Low Power Intel® Architecture for Small Form Factor Devices, by Ram Chary, Pat A. Correia, Raviprakash Nagaraj, and James Song.  Additional technical information presented here was provided by Scott Noble. The attached Microsoft PowerPoint* slides, includ...
07-mar.-2012
10:34 PM PST
PeekMessage: Optimizing Applications for Extended Battery Life
Di Dale Taylor (Intel)Pubblicato il 03/07/20120
By Dale Taylor Introduction Learn if PeekMessage calls have an impact on battery life in this paper with examples showing alternative code samples and the improvements that can be expected on Windows*.When discussing optimization techniques for applications running on battery powered devices, som...
07-mar.-2012
12:58 PM PST
Creating Energy-Efficient Software (Part 4)
Di Rajshree Chabukswar (Intel)Pubblicato il 03/07/20120
Operating Systems This brief section provides some links to references that describe operating system features that support development of power-aware applications – for Microsoft Windows Vista and for Linux. For creating power-aware applications in Vista, Microsoft has some extensive resources o...
07-mar.-2012
11:32 AM PST
Assault on Batteries with the Intent to Perform
Di richard-winterton (Intel)Pubblicato il 03/07/20120
by Richard Winterton Introduction How you use your laptop has a dramatic effect on the battery. See what a curious Intel engineer discovered while writing this paper. It has been a continuing challenge to get higher performance for a minimum amount of power, but until someone can change the funda...
05-mar.-2012
11:40 PM PST
Low Power Intel® Architecture for Small Form Factor Devices
Di Deleted UserPubblicato il 03/05/20121
by Ram Chary, Pat A. Correia, Raviprakash Nagaraj, and James Song As hand-held and embedded computing devices become more powerful and as wireless connectivity becomes more pervasive, small form-factor devices will affect every aspect of our lives. But to realize this vision, we must first solve ...
29-feb.-2012
10:49 AM PST
Software Power Meters on Microsoft Windows*: A Survey
Di Clay Breshears (Intel)Pubblicato il 02/29/20120
To get the best and most accurate data about how much energy your computer platform is using during operation you need a hardware power meter, but not everyone can afford one. But what options do you have? The answer is to use a software power meter.
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