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EdgeWorkflowReal: An Edge Computing based Workflow Execution Engine for Smart Systems

@article{Li2021EdgeWorkflowRealAE,
  title={EdgeWorkflowReal: An Edge Computing based Workflow Execution Engine for Smart Systems},
  author={Xuejun Li and R. Ding and Xiao Liu and Jia Xu and Yun Yang and John C. Grundy},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2102.00234}
}
Current cloud-based smart systems suffer from weaknesses such as high response latency, limited network bandwidth and the restricted computing power of smart end devices which seriously affect the system’s QoS (Quality of Service). Recently, given its advantages of low latency, high bandwidth and location awareness, edge computing has become a promising solution for smart systems. However, the development of edge computing based smart systems is a very challenging job for software developers… 
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