Vol.44, No.2, 2023, pp.1201-1217, doi:10.32604/csse.2023.024868
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Optimal and Effective Resource Management in Edge Computing
  • Darpan Majumder1,*, S. Mohan Kumar2
1 Department of Information Science and Engineering, New Horizon College of Engineering Research Centre, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Bangalore, India
2 Department of CSE, Nagarjuna College of Engineering and Technology, Bangalore, India
* Corresponding Author: Darpan Majumder. Email:
Received 02 November 2021; Accepted 27 December 2021; Issue published 15 June 2022
Abstract
Edge computing is a cloud computing extension where physical computers are installed closer to the device to minimize latency. The task of edge data centers is to include a growing abundance of applications with a small capability in comparison to conventional data centers. Under this framework, Federated Learning was suggested to offer distributed data training strategies by the coordination of many mobile devices for the training of a popular Artificial Intelligence (AI) model without actually revealing the underlying data, which is significantly enhanced in terms of privacy. Federated learning (FL) is a recently developed decentralized profound learning methodology, where customers train their localized neural network models independently using private data, and then combine a global model on the core server together. The models on the edge server use very little time since the edge server is highly calculated. But the amount of time it takes to download data from smartphone users on the edge server has a significant impact on the time it takes to complete a single cycle of FL operations. A machine learning strategic planning system that uses FL in conjunction to minimise model training time and total time utilisation, while recognising mobile appliance energy restrictions, is the focus of this study. To further speed up integration and reduce the amount of data, it implements an optimization agent for the establishment of optimal aggregation policy and asylum architecture with several employees’ shared learners. The main solutions and lessons learnt along with the prospects are discussed. Experiments show that our method is superior in terms of the effective and elastic use of resources.
Keywords
Federated learning; machine learning; edge computing; resource management
Cite This Article
D. Majumder and S. Mohan Kumar, "Optimal and effective resource management in edge computing," Computer Systems Science and Engineering, vol. 44, no.2, pp. 1201–1217, 2023.
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