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Generating a specific power model for the platform is a pre-requirement for delpoying EAS and IPA. This makes understanding power models and how to generate parameters for them a useful skill. In this session we demonstrate how to use workload automation to gather power data from a board. We will then describe how to derive rough values for the EAS and IPA power models using nothing but this easily observable data. We will not rely on any information provided by OEM or SoC vendor.
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BKK16-317: How to generate power models for EAS and IPA (without talking to a hardware engineer)
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Generating a specific power model for the platform is a pre-requirement for delpoying EAS and IPA. This makes understanding power models and how to generate parameters for them a useful skill. In this session we demonstrate how to use workload automation to gather power data from a board. We will then describe how to derive rough values for the EAS and IPA power models using nothing but this easily observable data. We will not rely on any information provided by OEM or SoC vendor.

Event Date: March 9, 2016

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