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Air Computing: A Parallel Computing Module for Offloading Computational Workload on Neighboring Android Devices

Ankush Rai

Abstract


Developing complex applications which requires the increasing computational requirements is sophisticated and remains a daunting task. For application developers, countering the real-time computing in mobile devices has always remained a demanding job to ask for more computational power and energy usage than that offered by devices of present generation. In this paper, the author presents an out of the box air computing technology which aids the developers to run real-time applications in parallel with the shared hardware of the neighboring smart phones over a particular range to run complex algorithms while ensuring independencies of limitation set by hand-held devices.

Keywords: Parallel computing, android development, air computing


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