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Pervasive mobile computing focuses on how soldiers and first responders can use smartphones, tablets, and other mobile/wearable devices at the tactical edge.
This report presents an architecture and experimental results that demonstrate that cyber-foraging using tactical cloudlets increases the survivability of mobile systems.
This brochure describes how the AMS initiative supports the mobile communication and mobile-computing needs of edge users.
This technical note presents a strategy to overcome the challenges of obtaining sufficient computation power to run applications needed for warfighting and disaster relief missions. It discusses the use of cloudlets-- localized, stateless servers running one or more virtual machines--on which soldiers can offload resource-intensive computations from their handheld mobile devices.
Describes Mobile Computing--the use of computing technology on the go
This article appeared in IEEE Pervasive Computing in a special issue on
This poster describes how cloud computing benefits the warfighter in a tactical environment.
Describes a highly-extensible reference architecture for group-context-aware mobile applications.
This report provides members of the Commercial Mobile Service Provider (CMSP) community with practical guidance for better managing cybersecurity risk exposure, based on an SEI study of the CMSP element of the Wireless Emergency Alert pipeline.
Describes on-Demand Virtual Machine Provisioning, a mechanism for provisioning cloudlets at runtime by leveraging the advantages of enterprise provisioning tools commonly used to maintain configurations in enterprise environments.