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CSE 691: Energy-Efficient Computing Lecture 1: Intro and Logistics. Anshul Gandhi 1307, CS building [email protected] www.cs.stonybrook.edu/~cse691 www.cs.stonybrook.edu/~anshul/courses/cse691\_f14. Outline. Logistics Course webpage Office hours Grading Resources Syllabus

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www.cs.stonybrook.edu/~cse691

www.cs.stonybrook.edu/~anshul/courses/cse691_f14

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Outline
  • Logistics
    • Course webpage
    • Office hours
    • Grading
    • Resources
  • Syllabus
  • Readings for next class
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Blackle saves energy because the screen is predominantly black. "Image displayed is primarily a function of the user's color settings and desktop graphics, as well as the color and size of open application windows; a given monitor requires more power to display a white (or light) screen than a black (or dark) screen." Roberson et al, 2002
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Blackle saves energy because the screen is predominantly black. "Image displayed is primarily a function of the user's color settings and desktop graphics, as well as the color and size of open application windows; a given monitor requires more power to display a white (or light) screen than a black (or dark) screen." Roberson et al, 2002
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Outline
  • Logistics
    • Course webpage
    • Office hours
    • Grading
    • Resources
  • Syllabus
  • Readings for next class
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