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Smit, L.T. and Smit, G.J.M. and Havinga, P.J.M. (2001) Parameter Selection At Run-Time To Optimize Energy Efficiency. In: 2nd PROGRESS workshop on Embedded Systems. pp. 227-235. ISBN 90-73461-26-X
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Energy efficiency is vital for a mobile terminal. In this paper we investigate how to choose the right parameter settings at run-time so that the energy consumption is minimized while satisfying the required level of service. To use a real world example, the energy consumption of a third generation telephone WCDMA downlink receiver with turbo decoding forward error correction is considered. A trade-off is made between the number of fingers of a rake receiver and the number of iterations of the turbo decoder. A simulation environment is constructed to simulate the system. In this paper we present graphs, with which the trade-off can be easily made.
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