Closed form solution for scheduling arbitrarily divisible load model in data grid applications: multiple sources

Abdullah, Monir and Othman, Mohamed and Ibrahim, Hamidah and Subramaniam, Shamala (2009) Closed form solution for scheduling arbitrarily divisible load model in data grid applications: multiple sources. American Journal of Applied SCI, 6 (4). pp. 626-630.

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Abstract

Scheduling an application in data grid was significantly complex and very challenging because of its heterogeneous in nature of the grid system. When the Divisible Load Theory (DLT) model had emerged as a powerful model for modeling data-intensive grid problem, Task Data Present(TDP) model was proposed based on it. This study presented a new Adaptive TDP (ATDP) for scheduling the intensive grid applications. New closed form solution for obtaining the load allocation was derived while computation speeds and communication links are heterogeneous. Experimental results showed that the proposed model can balance the load efficiently.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Data grid; Divisible load theory
Subject:Computational grids (Computer systems).
Subject:Computational grids (Computer systems)
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
ID Code:13613
Deposited By: Umikalthom Abdullah
Deposited On:29 Mar 2012 03:13
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