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This paper discusses the energy efficiency of mobile
clients in cloud computing. We see cloud computing as
a promising technology which can offer many benefits
for mobile devices. In this paper we focus on computation
offloading, which can be used to save energy for the
battery powered devices.
We describe the present state of mobile device characteristics
that are critical for cloud computing and highlight
cases where cloud computing can be used to save
energy. It turns out that the computational characteristics
of many current mobile applications favor local processing.
This can be a result of a natural selection process,
which has favored light-weight applications that are
able to run with the limited resources of a mobile device.
Therefore computationally demanding mobile applications
are rare even though the need for such applications
may well exist. Nevertheless, cloud computing
does allow running some existing applications with less
energy. Thinking about the future, cloud computing can
be an essential enabler for the development of new computationally
intensive applications for mobile devices.
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In our analysis, we discuss the computing to communication
ratio, which is the critical factor for the decision
between local processing and computation offloading.
The trade-off point is strongly dependent on the energy
efficiency of wireless communication and of local processing.
Additionally, not only the amount of transferred
data but also the traffic pattern is important; sending a
sequence of small packets consumes more energy than
sending the same data in a single burst. Managing the
complexity of all issues involved makes the role of developers
and content producers important. We provide
preliminary results on mechanisms for estimating the energy
cost of modern web oriented workloads.
The rest of the paper is organized as follows. In Section
2 we describe the background of mobile cloud computing
and review the related research. Section 3 provides
an overview of the basic setup of mobile cloud
computing, highlighting the characteristics of contemporary
mobile devices. In Section 4 we describe an example
case for mobile cloud computing and in Section 5 we
discuss the role of cloud computing for mobile devices
in general and the implications for, e.g., software developers
and content producers
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Energy efficiency of mobile clients in cloud computing

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This paper discusses the energy efficiency of mobile
clients in cloud computing. We see cloud computing as
a promising technology which can offer many benefits
for mobile devices. In this paper we focus on computation
offloading, which can be used to save energy for the
battery powered devices.
We describe the present state of mobile device characteristics
that are critical for cloud computing and highlight
cases where cloud computing can be used to save
energy. It turns out that the computational characteristics
of many current mobile applications favor local processing.
This can be a result of a natural selection process,
which has favored light-weight applications that are
able to run with the limited resources of a mobile device.
Therefore computationally demanding mobile applications
are rare even though the need for such applications
may well exist. Nevertheless, cloud computing
does allow running some existing applications with less
energy. Thinking about the future, cloud computing can
be an essential enabler for the development of new computationally
intensive applications for mobile devices.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER FOR THIS PAPER…………………….
In our analysis, we discuss the computing to communication
ratio, which is the critical factor for the decision
between local processing and computation offloading.
The trade-off point is strongly dependent on the energy
efficiency of wireless communication and of local processing.
Additionally, not only the amount of transferred
data but also the traffic pattern is important; sending a
sequence of small packets consumes more energy than
sending the same data in a single burst. Managing the
complexity of all issues involved makes the role of developers
and content producers important. We provide
preliminary results on mechanisms for estimating the energy
cost of modern web oriented workloads.
The rest of the paper is organized as follows. In Section
2 we describe the background of mobile cloud computing
and review the related research. Section 3 provides
an overview of the basic setup of mobile cloud
computing, highlighting the characteristics of contemporary
mobile devices. In Section 4 we describe an example
case for mobile cloud computing and in Section 5 we
discuss the role of cloud computing for mobile devices
in general and the implications for, e.g., software developers
and content producers
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