Categorizing DLT researches and its applications

Shokripour, Amin and Othman, Mohamed (2009) Categorizing DLT researches and its applications. European Journal of Scientific Research, 37 (3). 496- 515. ISSN 1450-216X

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Abstract

During the last decade, using parallel and distributed system has become general. In these systems, a huge size of data or computation is distributed among many systems to get better performance. Dividing data is one of the challenges in this type of systems. Divisible Load Theory (DLT) is one of the proposed methods for scheduling data distribution in parallel or distributed systems. Many researches have been done in this field and some applications have been introduced for it. A novice researcher in this field needs to know thing about DLT such as history, fundamental concepts, terminology, important parameters and DLT applications. In this article after history and terminology, previous researches have been categorized in some class based on investigated parameters in each of them. Then some of general applications of DLT are mentioned.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Review Divisible Load Theory Parallel Computing Scheduling Application
Subject:Electronic data processing - Distributed processing.
Subject:Parallel processing (Electronic computers).
Subject:Computer scheduling.
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
Publisher:EuroJournals Publishing
ID Code:13502
Deposited By: Umikalthom Abdullah
Deposited On:29 Oct 2012 04:52
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