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By Jih-Ching Chiu, Kai-Ming Yang, Chen-Ang Wong (auth.), Yang Xiang, Ivan Stojmenovic, Bernady O. Apduhan, Guojun Wang, Koji Nakano, Albert Zomaya (eds.)

The quantity set LNCS 7439 and 7440 includes the court cases of the twelfth overseas convention on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, ICA3PP 2012, in addition to a few workshop papers of the CDCN 2012 workshop which used to be held together with this convention. The forty typical paper and 26 brief papers integrated in those court cases have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 156 submissions. The CDCN workshop attracted a complete of nineteen unique submissions, eight of that are incorporated partially II of those complaints. The papers disguise many dimensions of parallel algorithms and architectures, encompassing primary theoretical methods, sensible experimental effects, and advertisement elements and systems.

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For all tasks, the estimated time to complete (ETC) values on 18 types of devices taking heterogeneity into consideration is randomly generated using the Gamma distribution method described in [14]. The mean execution time of 200 seconds is used for the ETC matrix. The mean execution time is chosen to represent applications such as processing data (such as maps or weather reports), generating strategies, etc. The size of the task and output (result to the source) data was calculated using a Gamma distribution and a mean of 100 Kbytes.

When there are 100 devices in the system, RC-250 using the MET method was the best (shown in Figure 2(d)). This indicates that as the number of devices increase or as the device density increases, limiting the transmission range and limiting the number of connection between the devices is better for system performance. 7 Summary In this paper, we propose two major topology construction ideas (the range constrained and the per sector remaining energy methods) to increase the performance of the distributed mobile computing environment.

Following the principle of serilizability, we cannot afford one signal to be sent first and even though it is delayed by the Internet, still needing to be executed first. In some cases, these delayed signals will be ignored or cancelled; therefore, it will be more fair and convenient if we use the receiving time to record the signals. Count the number of signals in a 1/60sec cycle. The server will collect the signals for each 1/60sec and use these signals to update a frame. Here, we need to record the number of the signals in a frame.

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