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Energy Efficient Architectures for Embedded Systems

This special issue is mainly focused on the new design and development trends of energy efficient processing architectures for embedded systems. Topics of interest cover all aspects of this research domain, including not only architectures and specific design methods, but also more technological aspects related to micro-architecture design, memory hierarchies, communication mechanisms and tools/algorithms for energy/power management and control.

Edited by: Nuno Roma and Jose Luis Nunez-Yanez

  1. In real-time data-intensive multimedia processing applications, data transfer and storage significantly influence, if not dominate, all the major cost parameters of the design space—namely energy consumption, ...

    Authors: Florin Balasa, Noha Abuaesh, Cristian V. Gingu, Ilie I. Luican and Hongwei Zhu
    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems 2016 2017:6
  2. Optimizing energy consumption in modern mobile handheld devices plays a very important role as lowering energy consumption impacts battery life and system reliability. With next-generation smartphones and tabl...

    Authors: Ismat Chaib Draa, Smail Niar, Jamel Tayeb, Emmanuelle Grislin and Mikael Desertot
    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems 2016 2017:4