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Author Stoops, Luk ♦ Mens, Tom ♦ Devalez, Christian
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Content type Text
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Application Streaming ♦ Migration Strategy ♦ Network Latency ♦ Design Guideline ♦ Component Migration Strategy ♦ Currentday Network ♦ Mobile Code ♦ Critical Factor ♦ Limited Bandwidth ♦ Execution Time ♦ Ubiquitous Mobile System ♦ Powerful Migrating Strategy ♦ New Mobile Application ♦ Migration Phase
Abstract Abstract. In the advent of ubiquitous mobile systems in general and mobile code in particular, network latency is a critical factor due to the limited bandwidth in currentday networks. This paper investigates application streaming, a technique that exploits parallelism between loading and execution of code to reduce network latency. It allows applications to migrate from host to host without sacrificing execution time during the migration phase. We show that the performance of application streaming largely depends on the component migration strategies deployed. We implemented one of the more powerful migrating strategies, where components migrate under control of a supervisor. Our experiments, in Java, show that this migration strategy can reduce network latency almost completely. We can also provide design guidelines for building new mobile applications that are tailored to the proposed technique, so that they are able to migrate as if there were no network latency at all.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article