My dissertation:

  • Balancing Batteries, Power and Performance: System Issues in CPU Speed-Setting for Mobile Computing. postscript or pdf. Typographical corrections, January, 2001.
  • Refereed papers

  • Thomas Martin and Daniel Seiwiorek, Non-Ideal Battery Behavior and Its Impact on Power Performance Trade-offs in Wearable Computing," Proceedings of the 1999 International Symposium on Wearable Computers, San Francisco, CA, October 18-19, 1999; pp. 101-106.
  • pdf.
  • Thomas Martin and Daniel Siewiorek, The Impact of Battery Capacity and Memory Bandwidth on CPU Speed-Setting: A Case Study," Proceedings of the 1999 International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, San Diego, CA, August 16-17, 1999, pp. 200-205.
  • postscript or pdf. © Copyright 1999 by ACM, Inc.
  • Thomas Martin and Daniel Siewiorek, A Power Metric for Mobile Systems, Proceedings of the 1996 International Symposium on Lower Power Electronics and Design, Monterey, CA; August 12-14, 1996; pp. 37-42. postscript. © Copyright 1996 by ACM, Inc.
  • Smailagic, A.; Siewiorek, D.P.; Anderson, D.; Kasabach, C.; Martin, T.; Stivoric, J.; Benchmarking an Interdisciplinary Concurrent Design Methodology for Electronic/mechanical Systems, Proceedings of 32nd Design Automation Conference; San Francisco, CA; 12-16 June 1995; pp. 514-519. postscript or PDF.
  • Other papers

  • Thomas Martin, Evaluation and Reduction of Power Consumption in the Navigator 1 Wearable Computer, Master's Report, Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, December 1994. postscript.
  • Thomas Martin and Daniel Siewiorek, Wearable Computers at Carnegie Mellon University, IEEE Potentials, Fall 1994. Postscript not available.
  • Presentations

  • Software Development for the Navigator Series of Wearable Computers, First Annual Portable by Design Conference, Santa Clara, CA; Feb. 14-18, 1994.
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    Last updated September 19, 2000.