what are the offloading frameworks being used by the current mobile cloud applications?

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I have gone through many research papers on mobile cloud computing and there are many offloading frameworks for offloading the tasks from mobiles to cloud, some papers of the recent years have some good performance results of offloading but how are the current applications like google photos offloading the computation part to the cloud servers
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  • Subhendu Sen
    What is motto of your question- did you want to know the process of offloading from google photos to cloud server OR name of the offloading that do the same job?
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  • ToddN2000
    You can try and ask Google. They may not divulge what they use for security reasons. Some companies may change what they use as their needs evolve as well so you could get outdated info.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Moreover, the inherently limited processing power/ battery lifetime of mobile phones hinder the possible execution of computationally intensive applications like content-based video analysis/ 3D modeling. So, whatever those frameworks, they are all not ignored this situation. However, several of them might be help to reduce the risks.
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