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Multi-core processors support all modern electronic devices nowadays. He has many book chapters published by international press and about 150 published papers in international (conf. He has served as a reviewer for many high quality journals, including Journal of Engineering Mansoura University.

However, power management is one of the most critical issues in the design of today’s microprocessors. from Computers & Systems Engineering, all from Mansoura University, Egypt. His interests are in the areas of network security, mobile agent, Network management, Search engine, pattern recognition, distributed databases, and performance analysis.

The difference is analogous to the difference between scalar and vector arithmetic.

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Process variations, which lead to timing and power variations across identically-designed components, have been identified as one of the key future design challenges by the semiconductor industry.

Using worst case latency/power assumptions is one option to address process variations.

Second, we study the benefits of varying the frequencies on a subset of the cores to increase EDP savings.

We propose and evaluate integer linear programming based thread mapping schemes in both studies.

The main objective of this paper is to survey and discuss the current power management techniques. in 2013 with an overall grade of excellent with honors from Mansoura University. Professor at Computers Engineering and Control systems Dept.––Faculty of Engineering––Mansoura University, Egypt.

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