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The purpose of this chapter is to introduce energy efficiency issues in computer systems and its importance to the PDC curriculum. This is done mostly at a basic level, i.e., definitions of terms and basic concepts (K and C Bloom levels), so that the students get a broad overview of the entire field as it applies from very low hardware level up to software and service level issues. Energy management in parallel and distributed systems are also covered. The chapter attempts to convey the idea that the energy is ultimately consumed by transistors and wires, and a thorough understanding of the hardware issues is essential to effectively deal with the energy efficiency and adaptation issues. Some of the material can be considered at the A Bloom level as well.
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