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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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(2) The Cloudlet executes the application scheduling algorithm to offload the applications to a few mobile devices that are willing to provide resources.
The dynamic data center of choice for sending and allocation of virtual machines and execution of cloudlets is defined by the utilization profile of the client and the resources offered by the provider.
When the luminous starclouds of Sagittarius and Scutum cast shadows, when M7 and M8 stand out as bright naked-eye cloudlets, then you are enjoying the pristine skies that will make our mottled galaxy's more challenging dust clouds remarkably visible in silhouette.
I see mountains, standing in a row, The vine is covered with cloudlets of smoke.
You mustn't roam in realms where Gloria finds herself at home, in realms where Eve with inky footsteps goes leading the dimpled cloudlets by the nose.
"Nearby live virtual machine migration using cloudlets and multipath TCP." Journal of Cloud Computing.
In order to cope with the long latency problem, recent works have proposed the cloudlets with strong computing and storage capacity, which are typically collocated at the AP in a network and can be accessed by users via wireless connection [3, 7, 8].
The inputs to the simulations are total number of cloudlets (tasks mocked as user and auditor), the communication cost between the dependent nodes.
The small cloudlets seen in Orion - dubbed proplyds, for protoplanetary disks - are believed to contain forming stars, just like M16's EGGs.
To demonstrate the performance for the algorithms (GA, PSO, and MPSO), we use 5 virtual machines and 10 virtual machines for 10, 15, 25, 40 cloudlets.