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Andre Sieber, "Energiemanagement für drahtlose tief eingebettete Systeme," PhD Thesis, Institut für Informatik, Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU), July 2016. (Advisor: Jörg Nolte; Referees: Falko Dressler and Rolf Krämer)


Wireless embedded systems can be used in broad application ranges, for example in the internet of things and wireless sensor networks. They should run for years on a single set of batteries, without external interference. Energy supply and consumption play a major role, but are vulnerable to variances. To be able to reach runtime goals, e.g. maintenance intervals, dynamic energy management is necessary. This thesis introduces, describes, and evaluates such a management approach. In contrast to existing approaches, variances are addressed on all three management levels, energy supply, energy consumption and energy allowance. For the energy supply, a battery observation method is presented, which enables the steering of the application without complex computations of the state-of-charge. A software-based approach determines fine-grained information about the energy consumption of the system and includes variances caused by differences of the supply voltage and the voltage converter efficiency. The energy allowance to different application parts and their management is based on energy budgets and provides different policies to react to changes in the energy demand of single application(-parts).

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    author = {Sieber, Andre},
    title = {{Energiemanagement f{\"{u}}r drahtlose tief eingebettete Systeme}},
    advisor = {Nolte, J{\"{o}}rg},
    institution = {Institut f{\"{u}}r Informatik},
    location = {Cottbus, Germany},
    month = {7},
    referee = {Dressler, Falko and Kr{\"{a}}mer, Rolf},
    school = {Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU)},
    type = {PhD Thesis},
    year = {2016},

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