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On the Impact of User Feedback on Energy Consumption

Authors
Bunse, Christian (FH Stralsund)
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Chapter Workshop Energy Aware Software Development
Volume Proceedings of the 28th Conference on Environmental Informatics - Informatics for Environmental Protection, Sustainable Development and Risk Management
Conference EnviroInfo 2014 - ICT for Energy Effieciency
Oldenburg, 2014
Year 2014
Abstract of the Article
The energy consumption of mobile devices is of increasing importance for users, developers and
vendors. Frequent recharging cycles have an impact onto the mobility of a device and thus, on user
experience. While hardware and software are known to have an impact on energy consumption,
user behaviour (when and how a device is used) is often not in the focus of attention. Research in
on “smart-metering” has shown that user behaviour is a non-negligible impact factor. This paper
reports about the results of an ongoing study on the impact of user feedback onto the energy
consumption of mobile devices (i.e. Smartphones). The hypothesis being, that the frequent
provision of energy-related feedback on user actions will significantly reduce energy utilization.
First results support this hypothesis and indicate that feedback frequency and feedback clearly
linked to specific user activities are key in this regard.
Pages 759 - 764
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