Embedded systems energy characterization methodology using non-intrusive instrumentation

Abstract : This research report presents a non intrusive methodology for building embedded systemsenergy consumption models. The method is based on measurement on real hardwarein order to get a quantitative approach that takes into account the full architecture.Based on these measurements, data are grouped into class of instructions and events.These classes can then be reused in software simulators and in high-level source codetransformation cost functions for optimizing compilers. The computed powermodel ismuch more simpler than previous power models while being accurate at the platformlevel.The methodology is illustrated using experimental results made on an ARMIntegratorplatform for which an accurate and full system energy model is build.
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Nicolas Fournel, Antoine Fraboulet, Paul Feautrier. Embedded systems energy characterization methodology using non-intrusive instrumentation. [Research Report] LIP RR-2006-37, Laboratoire de l'informatique du parallélisme. 2006, 2+32p. ⟨hal-02102406⟩

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