Shunsuke Kurumatani

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The number of smartphone users and mobile applications are growing rapidly. Though smartphones are expected to have PC-like functionality, hardware resources such as CPUs, memory and batteries are still limited. To solve this resource problem, many researches have proposed architectures to use server resources in the cloud for mobile devices. We propose a(More)
As the variety of web client devices proliferates, web developers are often required to implement different versions of their applications to support both high-end and low-end devices. Based on existing web standards, we propose a new web application framework that allows web worker processes to be offloaded from weak clients to powerful servers in a(More)
We propose a system architecture called Wemu that enables file sender to use a browser to host a Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) server as a web application. The architecture connects the application to a web-based computer system emulator via a low-layer device emulator. The unique point regarding this architecture is that it avoids the(More)
The numbers of smart phone users and related applications are growing rapidly, and applications continue to become more data-intensive. In the cloud based service for smart phone, if user demand on virtual machines exceeds the hardware capacity of the server, the server incurs an overload and bottleneck, network delay, latency, and packet loss rate are(More)
There is undoubtedly an increase in the number of Web-connected devices, such as home appliances, handheld devices, and smartphones. Though Web applications are intended for information sharing among users, conventional Web technology does not sufficiently support synchronized sharing of information among various devices. We propose a method for(More)
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