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Submission Measuring the User for CPU Frequency Scaling

An anonymous reader writes: The Empathic Systems Project a Northwestern University demonstrate up to 50% power savings by controlling CPU frequency scaling based upon the end user. They measure the user with eye trackers, galvanic skin response, and force sensors to find a CPU frequency that the user is satisfied with. They are currently studying user activity and system performance on mobile architectures, specifically the Android G1 phone.
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Measuring the User for CPU Frequency Scaling

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Backed up the system lately?