EdgeFlow: Open-Source Multi-layer Data Flow Processing in Edge Computing for 5G and Beyond

@article{Yao2019EdgeFlowOM,
  title={EdgeFlow: Open-Source Multi-layer Data Flow Processing in Edge Computing for 5G and Beyond},
  author={Chao Yao and Xiaoyang Wang and Zijie Zheng and Guangyu Sun and Lingyang Song},
  journal={IEEE Network},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={166-173}
}
  • Chao Yao, Xiaoyang Wang, +2 authors Lingyang Song
  • Published in IEEE Network 2019
  • Computer Science
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    Edge computing has evolved to be a promising avenue to enhance system computing capability by offloading processing tasks from the cloud to edge devices. [...] Key Method At the same time, resources are carefully allocated throughout the whole network to mitigate performance fluctuation. The proposed open-source data flow processing framework is implemented on a platform that can emulate various computing nodes in multiple layers and corresponding network connections. Evaluated on the face recognition scenario…Expand Abstract

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