Faizul Navi Khan

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Mobile computing facilitates users to keep the information handy and also continuous access to the application by using mobile computing devices (i. e. Smart phones, palmtop, laptop and tablets) without using wired network. It provides flexible communication to network users; they can access network applications anytime and anywhere. Communication between(More)
Task allocation in a distributed environment is a fundamental problem. In such environment an application runs on a single computer can be accessible on every system / terminal present in the same network. Therefore geographical distance does not matter. If number of tasks is less than or equal to available processors in the network, we can assign these(More)
A Distributed NetworkSystem (DNS) is a set of application and system programs, and data exchanges across a number of independent personal computers connected by a communication network. Task allocation in distributed network system is always a challenging task and also very helpful in order to enhance the performance of DNS. Although there are two types of(More)
A Distributed Computing System (DCS) is a combination of application and system programs that exchanges data across a number of independent terminals connected by a communication network. Cost optimization in DCS can be achieve by optimize the performance of DCS. In task allocation two types of approaches are available and these are dynamic and static.(More)
Technology enhancement makes the computing available everywhere and provides access to widely distributed resources which is known as Mobile Computing. Mobile computing enables innovative applications through the sharing of computing resources among mobile devices such as notebook, smart phones and Personal Digital Assistant (PDAs) without any pre-existing(More)
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