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Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is an infrastructure where the data and the processing of data are outsourced. MCC integrates cloud computing into the mobile environment and executes the applications in the mobile device effectively by partitioning and offloading the computation intensive task to external resources (e.g. public clouds). The effective offloading is mainly focused on the decision maker which tells "When to offload" during execution time. Though prior decision making techniques have its own pros and cons, it doesn't support dynamic changing environment and also consumes more time and energy for training the input instances.