Decentralized and Revised Content-Centric Networking-Based Service Deployment and Discovery Platform in Mobile Edge Computing for IoT Devices

@article{Nguyen2019DecentralizedAR,
  title={Decentralized and Revised Content-Centric Networking-Based Service Deployment and Discovery Platform in Mobile Edge Computing for IoT Devices},
  author={Tien-Dung Nguyen and Eui-nam Huh and Minho Jo},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={6},
  pages={4162-4175}
}
Mobile edge computing (MEC) is used to offload services (tasks) from cloud computing in order to deliver those services to mobile Internet of Things (IoT) devices near mobile edge nodes. However, even though there are advantages to MEC, we face many significant problems, such as how a service provider (SP) deploys requested services efficiently on a destination MEC node, and how to discover existing services in neighboring MEC nodes to save edge resources. In this paper, we present a… 
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