Wearable cognitive assistance applications can provide guidance for many facets of a user’s daily life. This thesis targets the enabling of a new genre of such applications that require both heavy computation and very low response time on inputs from mobile devices. The core contribution of this thesis is the design, implementation, and evaluation of Gabriel, an application platform that simplifies the creation of and experimentation with this new genre of applications. An essential capability of this platform is to use cloudlets for computation offloading to achieve low latency.

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