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PRiME Video on Run-Time Energy Management

29th July 2014

Video about Run-Time Energy Management
Video about Run-Time Energy Management
I recently recorded a video about our current research into runtime management for energy efficiency.

The research is being conducted as part of the PRiME project, and this particular strand of work has been led by PhD student Luis Maeda.

For more information, click here.
 

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