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Optimizing Operation of a Hierarchical Campus-wide Mobile Grid for Intermittent Wireless Connectivity

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2 Author(s)
Konstantinos Katsaros ; Mobile Multimedia Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens 104 34, Greece. ntinos@aueb.gr ; George C. Polyzos

Recent advances in mobile communications and computing and strong interest of the scientific community in the Grid have led to research into the Mobile Grid. We discuss various approaches proposed in the literature and try to point out the fundamental issues and problems emerging from the introduction of mobile devices and wireless communications in the context of the Grid computing paradigm. We further propose an architecture for the realization of a Mobile Grid and investigate key design decisions and optimizations.

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2007 15th IEEE Workshop on Local & Metropolitan Area Networks

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10-13 June 2007