Performance comparison of an emulator and physical Android mobile device based on chess algorithm
Article discusses performance differences of emulators Android Emulator version 26.1.4 and BlueStacks App Player 3 and physical devices with Android platform. Performance is measured by the chess algorithm execution time. Article also describes previous research related to this subject. The article also presents the used research methods, results of research based on chess algorithms and conclusions.
emulator; android; performance
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