Accurate Online Power Estimation and Automatic Battery Behavior Based Power Model Generation for Smartphones

This paper describes PowerBooter, an automated power model construction technique that uses built-in battery voltage sensors and knowledge of battery discharge behavior to monitor power consumption while explicitly controlling the power management and activity states of individual components. It requires no external measurement equipment. This paper also describes PowerTutor, a component power management and activity state introspection based tool that uses the model generated by PowerBooter for online power estimation. PowerBooter is intended to make it quick and easy for application developers and end users to generate power models for new smartphone variants, which each have different power consumption properties and therefore require different power models.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Mobility Date Added: Oct 2010 Format: PDF

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