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Title: Modelling edge computing in urban mobility simulation scenarios
Authors: Gilly, Katja
Alcaraz, Salvador
Aknin, Noura
Filiposka, Sonja 
Mishev, Anastas 
Keywords: mobile computing, simulation, performance measures, modelling
Issue Date: 22-Jun-2020
Publisher: IEEE
Conference: 2020 IFIP Networking Conference (Networking)
Abstract: One of the main challenges in edge computing service management is to continuously maintain a high level of quality of service for the end-user mainly in terms of low latency. This can only be achieved with intelligent management of the edge infrastructure virtualised resources making sure that the edge services are always hosted on resources located as close to the end-user as possible. Thus, the problem of resource allocation and service migration in edge computing is intricately related to the user location and mobility pattern. Therefore, it is of great importance to analyse the edge services performance of proposed management techniques in an urban scenario with realistic mobility model. For these purposes, in this paper we discuss the problem of edge computing simulation and describe an integrated solution environment based on the combination of two proven simulators for datacentre services and urban mobility modelling.
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