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2007 journal article

Analyzing the energy-time trade-off in high-performance computing applications


By: V. Freeh n, D. Lowenthal*, F. Pan n, N. Kappiah n, R. Springer*, B. Rountree*, M. Femal n

author keywords: high-performance computing; power-aware computing
TL;DR: The results show that, for programs that have a memory or communication bottleneck, a power-scalable cluster can save significant energy with only a small time penalty, and it is possible to both consume less energy and execute in less time by increasing the number of nodes while reducing the frequency-voltage setting of each node. (via Semantic Scholar)
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7. Affordable and Clean Energy (OpenAlex)
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