Journal article Open Access
Mohamed Sathik *, Ayman Alhalaybeh
The MUTUAL-BENEFIT approach exploits optimal task offloading, task scheduling, resource allocation, and provider selection process to execute the mobile cloud applications. The proposed approach enabled mobile cloud environment ensures the seamless application execution resulting in extending the battery lifetime and the optimal profit. The mobile cloud task scheduling and resource allocation process schedules the offloaded tasks and allocates the resources merely based on the availability and the resource requirements. The additional consideration of the proposed algorithm in mobile cloud environment facilitates both the mobile users and the providers in reducing the burden of application execution and mitigating the processing complexity respectively. The MUTUAL -BENEFIT creates the greater impact on tackling the battery constraint and manipulating dynamic numerous user requests with high profit. The proposed algorithm retains the energy level in mobile devices by 10%, minimizes the response time by 12% and application completion time by 20%, and maximizes the profit of the cloud service provider by 11% for mobile applications.