Leveraging Single Board Computers for Low-Energy Computation
Invited Talk at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Contributing USMA Research Unit(s)
Cyber Research Center, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
As power becomes a forcing function in computer design, scientists are forced to explore more energy-efficient architectures. In this talk, I make the argument for single board computers as a low-cost, energy-efficient alternative for certain categories of data- and compute-intensive tasks. In particular, I discuss the successful use of single board computers for anomaly detection in the smart grid. Additional applications in education are also discussed.
Matthews, Suzanne J., "Leveraging Single Board Computers for Low-Energy Computation" (2018). West Point Presentations and Posters. 18.