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(klowd),
Adjective applied to patients, adults or babies, who spread methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus into their surroundings in excessive nasal secretions resulting from viral upper respiratory infection.
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The other virtual machines did not perform any cloudlet do not satisfy the trust level desirable.
New program is designed for Cotendo Cloudlet customers to future-proof their investments in executing application logic on the edge
Task Scheduling comparison based on completion time (sec) GA PSO MPSO VM Cloudlet 3.
New fog computing and tactical cloudlet technologies are enabling real-time analytics and other computational functions to be performed at the tactical edge of a network, right at the data source for example, soldiers on the battlefield.
Drifting into view from the marges, a lone white cloudlet dipped its pinion into the azure and vanished like the Guardian Angel's wing when having tarried through the night to hear the prayers of men, the ministrant spirit hastens to rejoin his fellow heaven-dwellers.
While there has been much attention directed toward the technical aspects of the cloudlet infrastructure, little research shows how users conceptualize and navigate these systems or how applications that use cloudlet technology should operate.
The only cloudlet darkening his horizon of joy is the thought that if she's prostrate in a coma, the person who most loves her in the world (himself) won't have the right to care for her.
Jelastic measures resources being consumed in "cloudlets", with one cloudlet equal to 128 MB of RAM and 200MHz of CPU processing power.
The work in [10] proposed a new cloud architecture in which the mobile cloudlet is created by utilizing D2D communication.
The scheduling approaches of big data center in cloud means the datacenter contains data broker and number of virtual machines and number of cloudlet also.
In [12], the authors introduce terms such as "initiator," "cloudlet properties" (cloudlet size, cloudlet node's lifetime, and reachable time), "upper" and "lower bounds" on computing capacity, and "long-term computing speed" of a mobile cloudlet, and they define them in a mathematical way.