Task Scheduling with Dynamic Voltage and
Frequency Scaling for Energy Minimization
in the Mobile Cloud Computing Environment
Abstract— Task Scheduling with Dynamic Voltage and
Frequency Scaling for Energy Minimization in the Mobile Cloud Computing Environment. Mobile cloud computing (MCC) offers signiﬁcant opportunities in performance enhancement and energy saving for mobile, battery-powered devices. Applications running on mobile devices may be represented by task graphs. This work investigates the problem of scheduling tasks (which belong to the same or possibly different applications) in the MCC environment. More precisely, the scheduling problem involves the following steps: (i) determining the tasks to be ofﬂoaded onto the cloud, (ii) mapping the remaining tasks onto (potentially heterogeneous) local cores in the mobile device, (iii) determining the frequencies for executing local tasks, and (iv) scheduling tasks on the cores < Final Year Projects 2016 > for in-house tasks and the wireless communication channels (for ofﬂoaded tasks) such that the task-precedence requirements and the application completion time constraint are satisﬁed while the total energy dissipation in the mobile device is minimized.
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