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  • A Beacon-assisted direction-aware scanning scheme for 802.11-based discovery in Fog-to-Cloud systems 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
    Conference report
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    In order to fully leverage idle computational resources in a fog computing scenario, a suitable discovery mechanism is needed. Within this context, F2C-Aware has been proposed in a previous work as a discovery solution ...
  • Analyzing the deployment challenges of beacon stuffing as a discovery enabler in Fog-to-Cloud systems 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
    Conference lecture
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    In order to meet the needs of emerging IoT applications having tight QoS constraints, new computing paradigms have been proposed, bringing computation resources closer to the edge of the network, where IoT resides. One of ...
  • A survey on mobility-induced service migration in the fog, edge, and related computing paradigms 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva (2019-09-01)
    Article
    Open Access
    With the advent of fog and edge computing paradigms, computation capabilities have been moved toward the edge of the network to support the requirements of highly demanding services. To ensure that the quality of such ...
  • A user-centric mobility management scheme for high-density fog computing deployments 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva (2019)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    The inherent mobility characterizing users in fog computing environments along with the limited wireless range of their serving fog nodes (FNs) drives the need for designing efficient mobility management (MM) mechanisms. ...
  • Computation task assignment in vehicular fog computing: a learning approach via neighbor advice 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019)
    Conference report
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    In the recent years, fog computing has been proposed as a promising paradigm to enhance the performance of latency-critical applications by hosting them within idle computation nodes (Fog Nodes, FNs) at the edge of the ...
  • F2C-Aware: enabling discovery in Wi-Fi-powered Fog-to-Cloud (F2C) systems 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Jurnet Bolarin, Alejandro; Marín Tordera, Eva; Ren, Guang-Jie (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
    Conference report
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    Fog-to-Cloud (F2C) is a novel architectural framework, driven by the needs imposed by emerging ubiquitous applications and relying on the coordinated use of fog and cloud computing. Within such a setup, a suitable mechanism ...
  • Towards a context-aware Wi-Fi-based Fog Node discovery scheme using cellular footprints 

    Rejiba, Zeineb; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
    Conference report
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    Recently, new computing paradigms such as fog and edge computing started to emerge in an attempt to cope with the low latency requirements of new classes of IoT applications. In order for these paradigms to fully realize ...