page.3, equation (1) http://webee.technion.ac.il/~ran/papers/ERotemHeteroEARtH.pdf
Ef = ( tc + tm ) x ( Pc + Pl )
what if tc and tm are overlapped?
I mean if run time only happens 1 second, tc and tm happened in the same 1 second.
can we still calculate the energy in this way?
My understanding about energy calculation should be:
Energy_Total = Power_of_memory x Memory_Runtime + Power_of_CPU x CPU_Runtime
I think the result will be different if we sum them up (I think this is wrong), ex:
Energy_Total = ( Power_of_memory + Power_of_CPU ) x ( CPU_Runtime + Memory_Runtime )
In this paper, it identifies at run time which core to use and at what frequency, in order to achieve the global minimum platform energy.