Energy saving offloading scheme for mobile cloud computing using CloudSim
by P. Thanapal; M.A. Saleem Durai
International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (IJAIP), Vol. 10, No. 1/2, 2018

Abstract: In this paper, we accentuate on offloading for sparing energy in mobile cloud computing (MCC). MCC is emerging as a noticeable research area that is looking to bring the massive advantages of the cloud to the constrained mobile devices. The impediments of poor processing capacity and constrained battery life make it troublesome for mobile devices to process complex calculation undertakings. The energy system concentrates on mobile devices battery energy that utilises computational offloading for computationally serious mobile applications on the mobile devices. Each time an application in the physical mobile devices is initialised, the power utilisation is ascertained by the structure and it decides whether to make on offloading choice or not. This paper proposes a novel energy saving computational offloading framework for the preparing of serious mobile applications in MCC. It is found that energy utilisation of the selected application reduces up to 80.94% and execution time reduces up to 97.16% by computational offloading utilising CloudSim when contrasted with the conventional methods. It enhances the quality of services for mobiles and helps in keeping up constant reactions for mobile applications.

Online publication date: Mon, 29-Jan-2018

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