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 Network Context for Reducing Radio Energy Consumption of Personalized Device
1. Introduction
  • A significant portion of the high radio energy consumption in smartphones comes from the energy wasted during a special interval, known as the tail time
  • The fast dormancy protocol enables a radio module to quickly release its radio connection even in tail times
  • It is a challenge to predict whether (or when) a subsequent data transmission will occur in the tail time
  • What the existing techniques lack is a systematic and automatic way of extracting meaningful user-level network activities from a running app
  • 2. Network context
  • Network Context
  • Clustered network data transfers initiated from socket API functions (available from Dalvik VM)
  • Network Context Block (NCB)
  • Group of network contexts to perform semantically similar network activity (equivalent execution path)
  • 3. Smartphone network usage
  • NCB has persistent unique characteristics for transmission trend in the tail time
  • Different users behave quite differently even for the same network context
  • 4. Personalized diapause (PD)
  • Immediate-Successor Trainer: construct a skewed Tail Utilization Rate distribution model for each NCB
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis Engine: determine when to invoke the fast dormancy feature considering the cost-benefit adaptive tradeoff
  • 5. Published paper
  • Yeseong Kim and Jihong Kim, "Personalized Diapause: Reducing Radio Energy Consumption of Smartphones by Network-Context Aware Dormancy Predictions ," Workshop on Power-Aware Computing and Systems (HotPower '12) in conjunction with OSDI 2012, Hollywood, USA, October 8, 2012
  • Yeseong Kim, Wook Song, and Jihong Kim, "A Smartphone Network Energy Optimization Technique Using Personalized Network Usage Behavior ," Korea Computer Congress 2012 (KCC '12), Jeju, Korea, June 27, 2012