In this work the idea of cooperation is applied to wireless communication systems. It is generally accepted that energy consumption is a significant design constraint for mobile handheld systems. We propose a novel method of cooperative task computing by distributing tasks among terminals over the unreliable wireless link. Principles of multi–processor energy aware task scheduling are used exploiting performance scalable technologies such as Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS). We introduce a novel mechanism referred to as D2VS and here it is shown by means of simulation that savings of 40% can be achieved.
International Conference on Wireless Networks, Communications and Mobile Computing, 2005, 2005, p. 16-21
Cooperative Networks, Dynamic Voltage Scaling
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International Conference on Wireless Networks, Communications, and Mobile Computing (WirelessCOM), 2005
Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Communications and Information Technology Association