A Methodical Analysis of Application of Emerging Ubiquitous Computing Technology With Fog Computing and IoT in Diversified Fields and Challenges of Cloud Computing

A Methodical Analysis of Application of Emerging Ubiquitous Computing Technology With Fog Computing and IoT in Diversified Fields and Challenges of Cloud Computing

Mamata Rath (Department of IT, C.V. Raman College of Engineering, Bhubaneswar, India)
DOI: 10.4018/IJICTHD.2018040102

Abstract

In current technological scenario, most of the electronic equipment, computing machines and mobile devices are interconnected through wireless networks thus gradually enhancing the computing paradigm to an emerging and revolutionary technology of ubiquitous computing. The vision of this promising technology is a cyberspace and computing environment surrounded by processors, computing equipment and peripheral devices communicating with each other very actively with easy accessibility of anything almost in every time. Ubiquitous computing will encompass clients with an agreeable and helpful data condition that unions physical and computational foundations into incorporated natural surroundings. This living space will include an expansion of hundreds or thousands of computing gadgets and sensors that will give new usefulness, offer specific administrations, and lift efficiency and cooperation. The current research article projects on basic computing theme on application challenges using mobile computing, emergence of fog computing and how more technical challenges were solved using IoT and ubiquitous computing from social, health care and networking point of view.
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2. Challenges In Ubiquitous Computing

An emerging technical trend is evolving in the form of a vast computing paradigm called ubiquitous computing governing network hold up such as user service, storage, transmission and client support. Every evolving day objects are transforming into more smarter objects with connected networks.It obviously calls attention to that extraordinary application territories and segments will profit by this possibilities at various velocities and with subjective peculiarities. What's more, it additionally clarifies that ubiquitous computing not just stances specialized issues, it likewise includes genuine social, monetary and legal difficulties that require dynamic arrangements and administration. As has frequently been the situation with specialized developments and advances, ubiquitous computing brings up the issue of what kind of future we insect. This paper, on one hand, adds to the more prominent objectivity toward this path. Then again, it plans to plot enough issues with the goal that a huge number of social gatherings and performers will be attracted to partake effectively in the talk on ubiquitous computing. With an idea and objective of some specific network related issues, the idea of Mobile Cloud Computing versatile distributed computing (MCC) has been proposed as a plan, where a cloud is utilized as stage to execute portable applications. MCC at its least complex alludes to a foundation where the two information stockpiling and information preparing occur outside of the cell phone (Zhang & Li, 2017). Versatile cloud) applications move the computing force and information stockpiling far from cell phone and into the cloud, which brings applications and portable computing to not simply smart telephone clients but rather much visitor scope of versatile supporters. In such manner, to appreciate the ubiquitous computing portable endorsers need to pay central to a cloud specialist co-op, and in light of that the specialist co-op offers a few administrations that the cloud client has been bought in for those administrations.

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