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ANALYSIS ON POSSIBILITIES OF SMARTPHONE USING THE COMPUTATIONAL CAPABILITY OF CLOUD

Bhattacherjee, Mala (2012) ANALYSIS ON POSSIBILITIES OF SMARTPHONE USING THE COMPUTATIONAL CAPABILITY OF CLOUD. Other thesis, Christ University.

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Abstract

Cloud computing and mobile computing has become a big revolutionary stage in computer science communities. Both has become intertwined and facilitating end users in various fields. Cloud system administrators begin to enhance the cloud system with additional servers to help mobile devices, example is C2DM launched by Google. It is a PaaS model of cloud. It has enhanced the Smartphone’s limited battery power and low bandwidth using push technology. In some situations server need to push some short messages to mobile client like notification regarding new app update or event. For these kinds of features, polling or push mechanism can be used. In polling mechanism, mobile app pings server periodically and checks if any new data is available for download. Polling can make data on device stale and polling frequently can create stress on server and network. This approach is not suitable for mobile devices as it uses precious network bandwidth more and so battery consumption will be more. To overcome these Google has been introduced push technology known as C2DM which is enhancing the short comings of smart phone using the powerful computational resources of cloud. The thesis mainly concentrating on the working of C2DM, its architectural overview, life cycle overflow, enabling C2DM, sending and receiving message. Push messaging provides the possibility for mobile devices to receive messages from a content publisher via a cloud application, which is a fair example of Smartphone and cloud integration efficiency. Keywords - Intent, server ADV, client AVD, SDK, APNS, GSM, C2DM, BPS, MPNS

Item Type:Thesis (Other)
Subjects:Thesis > MPhil > Computer Science
Divisions:M Phil > Computer Science
ID Code:5007
Deposited By:Knowledge Center Christ University
Deposited On:22 Oct 2013 19:21
Last Modified:22 Oct 2013 19:21

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