CONTEXTUAL COMPUTATION AUGMENTATION IN MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING

Jitender Kumar, Amita Malik

Abstract


Mobile cloud computing has emerged as a promising solution for augmenting the cognitive capabilities of the resource constraint smart mobile devices. Although a lot of efforts has been made for augmenting the computational capabilities of these hand-held smart devices, but there are significant problems which need to addressed e.g. enabling the individual mobile users to contextually tune their computing requirements and efficiently utilizing cloud resources while offering the quality of service (QoS). This paper proposes a context based computation augmentation framework to balance these competing goals. It incorporates individual contextual demands in its optimization engine to dynamically adjust its offloading decisions. In addition, it also proposes an adaptive virtual machine (VM) provisioning technique for efficient utilization of cloud resources and maintaining the QoS. We evaluated the design space of the proposed system by extending CloudSim simulator. The experimental results show that the proposed system is able to provide contextual augmentation services with QoS and low costs.

Keywords


Mobile Cloud Computing; Contextual computation augmentation; Quality of service; Virtual machines

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v9i2.5547

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