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|Title:||GreenSource: A large-scale collection of android code, tests and energy metrics|
|Authors:||Rui António Rua|
João Alexandre Saraiva
Marco Linhares Couto
|Abstract:||This paper presents the GreenSource infrastructure: a large body of open source code, executable Android applications, and curated dataset containing energy code metrics. The dataset contains energy metrics obtained by both static analysing the applications' source code and by executing them with available test inputs. To automate the execution of the applications we developed the AnaDroid tool which instruments its code, compiles and executes it with test inputs in any Android device, while collecting energy metrics. GreenSource includes all Android applications included in the MUSE Java source code repository, while AnaDroid implements all Android's energy greedy features described in the literature, GreenSource aims at characterizing energy consumption in the Android ecosystem, providing both Android developers and researchers a setting to reason about energy efficient Android software development. © 2019 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||HASLab - Articles in International Conferences|
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