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Energy Efficiency of Mobile Clients in Cloud Computing

@inproceedings{Miettinen2010EnergyEO,
  title={Energy Efficiency of Mobile Clients in Cloud Computing},
  author={Antti P. Miettinen and Jukka K. Nurminen},
  booktitle={HotCloud},
  year={2010}
}
Energy efficiency is a fundamental consideration for mobile devices. Cloud computing has the potential to save mobile client energy but the savings from offloading the computation need to exceed the energy cost of the additional communication. In this paper we provide an analysis of the critical factors affecting the energy consumption of mobile clients in cloud computing. Further, we present our measurements about the central characteristics of contemporary mobile handheld devices that… 

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