International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (IJCIT)
Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is emerging as one of the most important branches of cloud computing. In MCC, a group of mobile devices connected via WLAN and cooperating to execute the user's jobs and acting as a computing resource provider. However, unlike could computing (which use a powerful servers to execute the jobs), mobile devices are not reliable to execute extensive jobs in the MCC due to its limitation of battery and connectivity. To overcome this limitation and keep the execution of the job up and running even if the mobile device leaves the cloud, the authors need to reschedule the job and continue the execution on another available mobile device in the MCC.