Energy-Aware Computation

Key to energy-efficient computing is the restructuring of computations to be more energy aware. Virtualization technology (Wolski, Krintz) is a powerful tool with which to migrate and consolidate computations when used in conjunction with models and control of cooling technologies. Database techniques must be re-optimized not only for performance, but also for energy efficiency (Agrawal, El-Abbadi). Once again, a critical component of this research is the coupling of computation to the other disciplines – cooling, emerging technologies, and life-cycle analysis.

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