System and Method for Leveraging Human Physiological Traits to Control Microprocessor Frequency
A system and method for leveraging physiological traits to control microprocessor frequency are disclosed. In some embodiments, the system and method may optimize, for example, a particular processor-based architecture based on, for example, end user satisfaction. In some embodiments, the system and method may determine, for example, whether their users are satisfied to provide higher efficiency, improved reliability, reduced power consumption, increased security, and a better user experience. The system and method may use, for example, biometric input devices to provide information about a user's physiological traits to a computer system. Biometric input devices may include, for example, one or more of the following: an eye tracker, a galvanic skin response sensor, and/or a force sensor.
SHYE ALEX [US]; PAN YAN [US]; SCHOLBROCK BENJAMIN [US]; MILLER SCOTT J [US]; MEMIK GOKHAN [US]; DINDA PETER A [US]; DICK ROBERT
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