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2022 ◽  
Vol 98 ◽  
pp. 107692
Author(s):  
Azeem Irshad ◽  
Shehzad Ashraf Chaudhry ◽  
Anwar Ghani ◽  
Ghulam Ali Mallah ◽  
Muhammad Bilal ◽  
...  

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-10
Author(s):  
Lei Zhang

In order to improve the multisource data-driven fusion effect in the intelligent manufacturing process of complex products, based on the proposed adaptive fog computing architecture, this paper takes into account the efficient processing of complex product intelligent manufacturing services within the framework and the rational utilization of fog computing layer resources to establish a fog computing resource scheduling model. Moreover, this paper proposes a fog computing architecture for intelligent manufacturing services for complex products. The architecture adopts a three-layer fog computing framework, which can reasonably provide three types of services in the field of intelligent manufacturing. In addition, this study combines experimental research to verify the intelligent model of this article and counts the experimental results. From the analysis of experimental data, it can be seen that the complex product intelligent manufacturing system based on multisource data driven proposed in this paper meets the data fusion requirements of complex product intelligent manufacturing.


2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-17
Author(s):  
Tayyabah Hasan ◽  
Fahad Ahmad ◽  
Muhammad Rizwan ◽  
Nasser Alshammari ◽  
Saad Awadh Alanazi ◽  
...  

Fog computing (FC) based sensor networks have emerged as a propitious archetype for next-generation wireless communication technology with caching, communication, and storage capacity services in the edge. Mobile edge computing (MEC) is a new era of digital communication and has a rising demand for intelligent devices and applications. It faces performance deterioration and quality of service (QoS) degradation problems, especially in the Internet of Things (IoT) based scenarios. Therefore, existing caching strategies need to be enhanced to augment the cache hit ratio and manage the limited storage to accelerate content deliveries. Alternatively, quantum computing (QC) appears to be a prospect of more or less every typical computing problem. The framework is basically a merger of a deep learning (DL) agent deployed at the network edge with a quantum memory module (QMM). Firstly, the DL agent prioritizes caching contents via self organizing maps (SOMs) algorithm, and secondly, the prioritized contents are stored in QMM using a Two-Level Spin Quantum Phenomenon (TLSQP). After selecting the most appropriate lattice map (32 × 32) in 750,000 iterations using SOMs, the data points below the dark blue region are mapped onto the data frame to get the videos. These videos are considered a high priority for trending according to the input parameters provided in the dataset. Similarly, the light-blue color region is also mapped to get medium-prioritized content. After the SOMs algorithm’s training, the topographic error (TE) value together with quantization error (QE) value (i.e., 0.0000235) plotted the most appropriate map after 750,000 iterations. In addition, the power of QC is due to the inherent quantum parallelism (QP) associated with the superposition and entanglement principles. A quantum computer taking “n” qubits that can be stored and execute 2n presumable combinations of qubits simultaneously reduces the utilization of resources compared to conventional computing. It can be analyzed that the cache hit ratio will be improved by ranking the content, removing redundant and least important content, storing the content having high and medium prioritization using QP efficiently, and delivering precise results. The experiments for content prioritization are conducted using Google Colab, and IBM’s Quantum Experience is considered to simulate the quantum phenomena.


2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 5
Author(s):  
Giuseppe Di Modica ◽  
Orazio Tomarchio

In the past twenty years, we have witnessed an unprecedented production of data worldwide that has generated a growing demand for computing resources and has stimulated the design of computing paradigms and software tools to efficiently and quickly obtain insights on such a Big Data. State-of-the-art parallel computing techniques such as the MapReduce guarantee high performance in scenarios where involved computing nodes are equally sized and clustered via broadband network links, and the data are co-located with the cluster of nodes. Unfortunately, the mentioned techniques have proven ineffective in geographically distributed scenarios, i.e., computing contexts where nodes and data are geographically distributed across multiple distant data centers. In the literature, researchers have proposed variants of the MapReduce paradigm that obtain awareness of the constraints imposed in those scenarios (such as the imbalance of nodes computing power and of interconnecting links) to enforce smart task scheduling strategies. We have designed a hierarchical computing framework in which a context-aware scheduler orchestrates computing tasks that leverage the potential of the vanilla Hadoop framework within each data center taking part in the computation. In this work, after presenting the features of the developed framework, we advocate the opportunity of fragmenting the data in a smart way so that the scheduler produces a fairer distribution of the workload among the computing tasks. To prove the concept, we implemented a software prototype of the framework and ran several experiments on a small-scale testbed. Test results are discussed in the last part of the paper.


Micromachines ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (1) ◽  
pp. 67
Author(s):  
Oscar Camps ◽  
Mohamad Moner Al Chawa ◽  
Stavros G. Stavrinides ◽  
Rodrigo Picos

Cellular Nonlinear Networks (CNN) are a concept introduced in 1988 by Leon Chua and Lin Yang as a bio-inspired architecture capable of massively parallel computation. Since then, CNN have been enhanced by incorporating designs that incorporate memristors to profit from their processing and memory capabilities. In addition, Stochastic Computing (SC) can be used to optimize the quantity of required processing elements; thus it provides a lightweight approximate computing framework, quite accurate and effective, however. In this work, we propose utilization of SC in designing and implementing a memristor-based CNN. As a proof of the proposed concept, an example of application is presented. This application combines Matlab and a FPGA in order to create the CNN. The implemented CNN was then used to perform three different real-time applications on a 512 × 512 gray-scale and a 768 × 512 color image: storage of the image, edge detection, and image sharpening. It has to be pointed out that the same CNN was used for the three different tasks, with the sole change of some programmable parameters. Results show an excellent capability with significant accompanying advantages, such as the low number of needed elements further allowing for a low cost FPGA-based system implementation, something confirming the system’s capacity for real time operation.


2021 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 13
Author(s):  
Volkov Artem ◽  
Kovalenko Vadim ◽  
Ibrahim A. Elgendy ◽  
Ammar Muthanna ◽  
Andrey Koucheryavy

Nowadays, 5G networks are emerged and designed to integrate all the achievements of mobile and fixed communication networks, in which it can provide ultra-high data speeds and enable a broad range of new services with new cloud computing structures such as fog and edge. In spite of this, the complex nature of the system, especially with the varying network conditions, variety of possible mechanisms, hardware, and protocols, makes communication between these technologies challenging. To this end, in this paper, we proposed a new distributed and fog (DD-fog) framework for software development, in which fog and mobile edge computing (MEC) technologies and microservices approach are jointly considered. More specifically, based on the computational and network capabilities, this framework provides a microservices migration between fog structures and elements, in which user query statistics in each of the fog structures are considered. In addition, a new modern solution was proposed for IoT-based application development and deployment, which provides new time constraint services like a tactile internet, autonomous vehicles, etc. Moreover, to maintain quality service delivery services, two different algorithms have been developed to pick load points in the search mechanism for congestion of users and find the fog migration node. Finally, simulation results proved that the proposed framework could reduce the execution time of the microservice function by up to 70% by deploying the rational allocation of resources reasonably.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-14
Author(s):  
Yinfang Guo ◽  
Yanjun Guo

The traditional data automatic office system has limited mining and computing capabilities. Due to the iterative complexity of data mining algorithms, it is difficult to discover the relationships and rules existing in the Internet of Things data as well as impossible to advance the efficiency of the office system based on the existing Internet of Things data. This paper combines cloud computing and machine learning to construct an intelligent network office system, realizes large-scale IoT data processing through the combination of IoT data mining technology and cloud computing framework, and constructs the functional module structure of the intelligent network office system through demand analysis. On this basis, this paper conducts system performance verification and conducts experimental design based on network intelligent system demand. The experimental results show that the system constructed in this paper has certain practical effects, which can provide theoretical reference for subsequent related research.


Sensors ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 21 (24) ◽  
pp. 8264
Author(s):  
Seung-Yeon Kim ◽  
Yi-Kang Kim

An edge computing system is a distributed computing framework that provides execution resources such as computation and storage for applications involving networking close to the end nodes. An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-aided edge computing system can provide a flexible configuration for mobile ground nodes (MGN). However, edge computing systems still require higher guaranteed reliability for computational task completion and more efficient energy management before their widespread usage. To solve these problems, we propose an energy efficient UAV-based edge computing system with energy harvesting capability. In this system, the MGN makes requests for computing service from multiple UAVs, and geographically proximate UAVs determine whether or not to conduct the data processing in a distributed manner. To minimize the energy consumption of UAVs while maintaining a guaranteed level of reliability for task completion, we propose a stochastic game model with constraints for our proposed system. We apply a best response algorithm to obtain a multi-policy constrained Nash equilibrium. The results show that our system can achieve an improved life cycle compared to the individual computing scheme while maintaining a sufficient successful complete computation probability.


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