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On effective offloading services for resource-constrained mobile devices running heavier mobile Internet applications

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3 Author(s)
Kun Yang ; Univ. of Essex, Colchester ; Ou, S. ; Hsiao-Hwa Chen

Rapid advances in wireless mobile network technologies and mobile handsets (MHs) facilitate ubiquitous infrastructure that can support a range of mobile services and applications in addition to conventional mobile Internet access. One recent trend is to effectively run desktop PC-oriented heavier applications on MHs. However, due to their miniature, portable size, MHs are resource-constrained and therefore, running these applications directly on an MH is not satisfactory given a user's expectations. To cope with this problem, this article proposes a novel offloading service that can seamlessly offload some of the tasks of a mobile application from an MH to nearby, resource-rich PCs (called surrogates). The system architecture and key components of the proposed offloading service are presented, prototyped, and evaluated. The results of experiments and simulations have demonstrated the effectiveness and efficiency of this offloading service for mobile applications.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

January 2008

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