Honors Program

Honors in Technology

Date of Award


Thesis Professor(s)

Martin Barrett

Thesis Professor Department

Computer and Information Sciences

Thesis Reader(s)

Phil Pfeiffer, Jeff Knisley


Developers of mobile applications commonly delegate computations to networked resources, which have considerably more processing capacity than contemporary mobile devices. The work described here investigates an alternative approach to managing these computations, which uses a dynamic load-balancing algorithm to divide processing work between a mobile device and a back-end server.

Document Type

Honors Thesis - Open Access

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