An Adaptive Mobile System Using Mobile Grid Computing in Wireless Network
In order to overcome the constrained performance inherent in mobile devices, and to support services depending using wireless networks, an adaptive mobile system using mobile grid computing, is proposed. According to the mobile device environment, classes are composed of an application that executes on a specific mobile device, and allocated to surrounding devices containing idle resources. The effectiveness of this system is confirmed, by applying the system to an emergency environment, using mobile devices, which include a PDA and laptop.
KeywordsWireless Network Mobile Device Access Point Proxy Server System Profile
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