An examination of revictimization in men and women US military veterans with child maltreatment histories
37th International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies
Power-down mechanisms are well known and are widely used to save energy; these mechanisms are encountered on an everyday basis. We consider a device which has a set of states defined by a continuous function. The state of the device can be switched at any time. In any state the device consumes energy and a power up cost to switch the machine to full capacity. This project gives experimental results regarding power consumption to satisfy service request based on online competitive analysis. Competitive ratios, which show the effectiveness of the algorithms compare to the optimal solution.
Online algorithms, Online competitive analysis, Power down, Renewable energy, Continuous state machine, Smart grid, Green computing, Green energy, Competitive ratio, Adaptive systems
Military and Veterans Studies
An examination of revictimization in men and women US military veterans with child maltreatment histories.
Virtual: 37th International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies.