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Performance Evaluation of Job Scheduling Techniques Incorporating the Ondemand Governor Policy
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 Title & Authors
Performance Evaluation of Job Scheduling Techniques Incorporating the Ondemand Governor Policy
Tak, Sungwoo;
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 Abstract
The ondemand governor used in android-based smartphone platforms is a CPU frequency scaling technique. The ondemand governor sets the CPU operating frequency depending on the CPU utilization rate. Job scheduling affects the CPU utilization rate. The power consumption is proportional to the value of operating frequency. Consequently, CPU frequency scaling and CPU utilization rate have an effect on power consumption in a smartphone. In this paper, we evaluated the performance of job scheduling techniques incorporating the ondemand governor in terms of CPU utilization, power consumption, and job deadline miss ratio.
 Keywords
Ondemand governor;Android;Smartphone;Power consumption;Job scheduling;
 Language
Korean
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