Data-Driven Edge Computing
Data-driven edge computing (also similar with local cloud and fog computing) (Lopez et al. 2015; Satyanarayanan et al. 2009; Bonomi et al. 2012; Milan et al. 2014) is a model to complement cloud computing systems by performing data processing at the edge of the network, near the source of the data. As the era of big data has arrived, billions of connected devices generating petabytes of data will demand nearby computing resources to provide real-time (or low latency) data services, edge computing decentralizes the concentration of computing resources and brings the computing closer to the devices requesting that computing power, which can improve the quality of service (QoS) and user experience significantly.
With the rapid and continuous deployment of enormous number of data sensing devices (such as sensors, smart meters, smart glasses, smart phones, smart vehicles, etc.), the...
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