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GREEN SOLUTION (GS): A new initiative for Energy Efficient Computing where Humans and Machines work together
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages: 239 - 244
'Live Energy-Live Life' is the green solution GS using crowd computing for the survival in future. Crowd computing is one of the upcoming research areas allowing the people around the world to work together in assistance with the machines and contribute for the best feasible solution. In near future, the rapid industrial revolution (IR) will extinct our lives; making the machines are bosses. The ever-increasing volume of data and its advance techniques, if not controlled and handled properly will result in the increase of energy consumption (EC) and e-wastes. The data centers are the main contributors for EC and thus, the environment is at risk due to the continuous emission of harmful carbon products. The proposed approach describes the importance of a new emerging technology known as crowd computing. It is an amalgamation of software and social interactions which provide cost saving benefits and ease of use for the ultimate user. The power of crowd computing dwells in utilizing humans' perception, and their innovation to solve non-Algorithmic problems. Here, a team of participants proactively work together to solve the real life problems that are tough to be resolved either by the individuals or computers alone. Crowd computing is a mass phenomena of Computer Assisted Cooperative Activity (CACA) community. The analysis of various fields of crowd computing has contributed to approximately 40-50% of energy savings and power savings, making it a crucial factor for the better survival of future-'GREEN SOLUTION (GS): A new initiative for Energy Efficient Computing where Humans and Machines work together.' It is observed that GS is completely dependent on the rise in volume of energy savings (ES) and power savings (PS), fulfilling the future demands for a period of nearly four decades. © 2015 IEEE.
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JournalData powered by Typeset2015 International Conference on Energy Systems and Applications
PublisherData powered by TypesetInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Open AccessNo