In this paper we propose a theoretical model, which may be put to good use to analyze the energy consumption of a smartphone where a random number of different applications are assumed to run, for random intervals of time, consuming the available energy resources. The problem is formulated in terms of the following mobile application(s) parameters, namely: (i) the maximum possible running time, (ii) the average amount of energy consumed per time unit while running, (iii) the average number of apps that are employed during a given smartphone's usage. The model is solved in terms of the probability distribution function of the energy consumed on a given smartphone. The proposed model is then validated by simulation means, in order to prove its applicability in quantifying the amount of energy consumed.

Modeling the energy consumption of mobile apps

Bujari A.
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Donatiello L.
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Marfia G.
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2019

Abstract

In this paper we propose a theoretical model, which may be put to good use to analyze the energy consumption of a smartphone where a random number of different applications are assumed to run, for random intervals of time, consuming the available energy resources. The problem is formulated in terms of the following mobile application(s) parameters, namely: (i) the maximum possible running time, (ii) the average amount of energy consumed per time unit while running, (iii) the average number of apps that are employed during a given smartphone's usage. The model is solved in terms of the probability distribution function of the energy consumed on a given smartphone. The proposed model is then validated by simulation means, in order to prove its applicability in quantifying the amount of energy consumed.
Proceedings - 2019 IEEE/ACM 23rd International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications, DS-RT 2019
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Bujari A.; Donatiello L.; Marfia G.; Palazzi C.E.
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