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|Abstract||In mobile edge cloud, multiple mobile and stationary devices interconnected through wireless local area networks are combined to create a small cloud infrastructure at a local physical area such as home. Compared to traditional systems such as mobile cloud, mobile edge cloud introduces several complex challenges due to the heterogeneous computing environment, heterogeneous and dynamic network environment, node mobility, and limited battery power. The real-time requirements associated with internet of things and cyber physical system applications make the problem even more challenging. In this tutorial, we will discuss the applications and challenges associated with design and development of mobile edge cloud system and an architecture based on a cross layer design approach for effective decision making.|
|Short Bio||SAYED CHHATTAN SHAH (SM'14) received the Ph.D. degree in computer science from Korea University in 2012 and the M.S. degree in computer science from the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences in 2008. He held faculty positions with the Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea University, Dongguk University, Hamdard University, and Isra University. He is currently an Assistant Professor of computer science with the Department of Information Communication Engineering, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), Seoul, South Korea. He is also the Director of the Mobile Grid and Cloud Computing Laboratory. Prior to joining HUFS, he was a Senior Researcher with the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, South Korea, and an Engineer with the National Engineering and Scientific Commission, Pakistan. His research interests lie in the fields of parallel and distributed computing systems, mobile cloud and edge computing systems, and internet of things.|