Hybrid Pervasive Mobile Cloud Computing: Toward Enhancing Invisibility

  title={Hybrid Pervasive Mobile Cloud Computing: Toward Enhancing Invisibility},
  author={Zohreh Sanaei and Saeid Abolfazli and Touraj Khodadadi and Feng Xia},
Vanishing computers into background toward invisible, distraction-free pervasive computing was envisioned by Mark Weiser which is yet remained unfulfilled. Current pervasive systems feature insufficient infrastructures to accurately perceive, infer context, tune the spaces, and prevent cyber threats. Convergence of wireless networks and cloud computing with smartphones alleviate issues and promote the Weiser’s vision. We outline Hybrid Pervasive Mobile Cloud Computing (HPMCC) as the state-of… 

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