Quality of experience provisioning in mobile cloud computing
Berrios Moron, Jonathan Glenn (2018)
Berrios Moron, Jonathan Glenn
School of Business and Management, Tietotekniikka
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It is common in these times to find people relying on the functionalities of their mobile devices while walking. In a higher perspective, moving around the city, or among cities. It is also common to find the same people utilizing remote services via their mobile devices. Among different options, it could be presumed that they are navigating on the internet, or making use of a streaming service. There is a wide spectrum of options for applications. While this can be thought of as a common scenario, there is a lot of reasoning and considerations in systems which enable this to happen. In this context, this thesis focuses on the Quality of Experience (QoE) measurement and provisioning in Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) environment as many of the applications used in these days are hosted remotely in a cloud. As mentioned, the aim is to assess and provision the best possible Quality of Experience as the end user utilizes their application on the move. This thesis makes use of Bayesian Networks (BN) principle to estimate the QoE, while it is considered a system called M2C2 for mobility management and cloud selection.