Special Issue "Energy-Efficient Embedded Computing"
A special issue of Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications (ISSN 2079-9268).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021) | Viewed by 3448
Interests: reconfigurable computing; Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCMs); automation of software and hardware engineering tasks; high-performance embedded computing; Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs), Tools and Compilers
Interests: reconfigurable computing; embedded systems; hardware/software co-design; high-performance computing; distributed collaborative computing; network processing
Interests: reconfigurable computing; system on chip; embedded systems
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Embedded computing permeates our daily life in different forms, from electronic devices at our homes to mobile devices such as smartphones. Most computing devices in embedded systems impose strict constraints that require special development and design efforts. Reducing power dissipation and/or energy consumption is in many cases needed to obey those constraints and contribute to the success of many embedded systems. This Special Issue will be devoted to recent research achievements regarding energy-efficient software and hardware techniques for embedded computing. Specifically, articles about the following topics, all addressing embedded computing, are welcome:
- Software-based optimizations for saving energy consumption;
- Hardware-based optimizations for saving energy consumption;
- Trade-offs between QoS/QoE and energy consumption;
- Optimizing for power dissipation and energy consumption;
- Runtime autotuning techniques for energy efficiency;
- Runtime adaptability for energy efficiency;
- Impact of data structures and types on energy efficiency;
- Educational approaches regarding energy efficiency;
- Best software/hardware practices for energy efficiency;
- AI for energy-efficient software/hardware systems;
- Energy-efficient computing using emerging non-volatile memory technologies;
- Energy-efficient in-memory or near-memory computing.
Prof. Dr. João M. P. Cardoso
Dr. Stephan Wong
Prof. Dr. Michael Hüebner
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