Adaptive code offloading for mobile cloud applications: exploiting fuzzy sets and evidence-based learning

  title={Adaptive code offloading for mobile cloud applications: exploiting fuzzy sets and evidence-based learning},
  author={Huber Flores and Satish Srirama},
  booktitle={MCS '13},
Mobile cloud computing is arising as a prominent domain that is seeking to bring the massive advantages of the cloud to the resource constrained smartphones, by following a delegation or offloading criteria. In a delegation model, a mobile device consumes services from multiple clouds by efficiently utilizing solutions like middleware. In the offloading model, a mobile application is partitioned and analyzed so that the most computational expensive operations at code level can be identified and… CONTINUE READING
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