Power Profiling for Embedded Applications
Power profiling is a method used to measure actual power consumption of the major components within a computing platform by running standard applications and benchmarks. Multiple components rarely run simultaneously at their maximum thermal design power TDP, hence this procedure tends to provide a more realistic system power estimate and avoid unwarranted conservatism. This paper describes steps in implementing power profiling on an Intel architecture platform.
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