Sunday, December 29, 2019

The Architecture Of Volare Consists Of Several Independent...

The architecture of VOLARE consists of several independent modules: 1. The service request module 2. The context monitoring module 3. The adaption module 4. The QoS monitoring module 5. The service binding module If a service has been requested, the request is intercepted by the service request module and forwarded to the adaption module. On the other hand, the context of the device is perpetually monitored by the context monitoring module, information aggregated about the current context is forwarded to the adaption module. The adaption module handles the service requests according to the current context of the device. QoS fulfillment levels are monitored by the QoS monitoring module. If deviations are found, the service request module†¦show more content†¦Each case study in the project set a new challenge for how to gain experiences in addition to how to analyze and interpret the data have been gained. Researcher in this project have studied how effective are the different methods for gathering experience factors from users in real mobile usage context. They found that comprehensively the best way to catch user experiences is always to use several methods simultaneously. The best mix of methods is letting user to express his experiences verbally and nonverbally. Researcher found that interview method is the most effective method for gathering user experiences particularly that factors relating to the user and product. 3.3.3 Solutions for enhancing MCC Service Performance To assess a wide range of mobile cloud components such as processing elements, storage, networking, applications, Qudaider [40] test objective is to study the adaptability of the proposed MCC framework by investigating the effect of cloudlet deployments on the performance results of power and delay. Every test keeps going around 3600s or one hour in area of 800x800m. In each experiment, 500 human subjects are moving in the area of the simulator and each user sends a packet to the cloud with a rate of 0.1Hz using WiFi or cellular technology, which relies on upon available technology, in his

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