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In this paper we measure the step-wise latency in the pipeline of three kinds of interactive mobile video applications that are rapidly gaining popularity, namely Remote Graphics Rendering (RGR) of which ... Long latency between a user control event and display update renders the application unusable. Hence, understanding the nature and origins of latency of these applications is of paramount importance. ... HotMobile '16 February 21-22, 2017, Sonoma, California, USA c 2016 ACM. ...arXiv:1611.08520v1 fatcat:a5utordpyzdnjaflsy6v47d4b4
On the one hand, it can ease the development of mobile apps. ... Third-party libraries (TPLs) have been widely used in mobile apps, which play an essential part in the entire Android ecosystem. However, TPL is a double-edged sword. ... We have noticed that some papers, such as the short papers, posters, are for work of promising ideas in a preliminary stage. ...arXiv:2108.03787v1 fatcat:jnj4kvlkuzg3hbgy4pl5wpvle4
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