CirrusCloud: A Mobile-Cloud Computing Platform
CirrusCloud is a research project investigating mobile-cloud computing -- an emerging form of computing that seeks to boost or enable rich applications on mobile devices by leveraging other mobile or stationary devices in a computational cloud.
- Mantis: Automatic Performance Prediction for Smartphone Applications.
Y. Kwon, S. Lee, H. Yi, D. Kwon, S. Yang, B.-G. Chun, L. Huang, P. Maniatis, M. Naik, and Y. Paek.
ATC'13: USENIX Annual Technical Conference.
- Computing in Cirrus Clouds: The Challenge of Intermittent Connectivity.
C. Shi, M. Ammar, E. Zegura, and M. Naik.
MCC'12: ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Mobile-Cloud Computing.
- Serendipity: Enabling Remote Computing among Intermittently Connected Mobile Devices.
C. Shi, V. Lakafosis, M. Ammar, E. Zegura.
MobiHoc'12: ACM Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing.
This research is funded in part by an NSF Award and a Google faculty award.