PRiME Research presented at PATMOS 2016
On 21st September 2016, Dr. Domenico Balsamo presented a paper on PRiME’s research on embedded processor power modelling at the “PATMOS 2016” conference (Power And Timing Modeling, Optimization and Simulation), held in Bremen, Germany.
PATMOS is an annual conference that has been running for over 25 years, and was one of the first research conferences to focus on low power issues. The PRiME paper was written collaboratively with researchers at ARM Ltd and was titled “Thermally-Aware Composite Run-Time CPU Power Models”.
A practical application of PRiME’s research on power models is available to a wider audience through a free download of our PowMon power modelling tool. For further information see here.