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An Enhanced Response Time Mechanism in Grid Systems
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 Title & Authors
An Enhanced Response Time Mechanism in Grid Systems
Lee, Seong-Hoon;
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 Abstract
For applications that are grid enabled, the grid can offer a resource balancing effect by scheduling grid jobs on machines with low utilization. When jobs communicate with each other, the internet, or with storage resources, an advanced scheduler could schedule them to minimize communications traffic or minimize the distance of the communications. We propose an intelligent load distribution algorithm to minimize communications traffic and distance of the communications using genetic algorithm. The experiments show the proposed load redistribution algorithm performs efficiently in the variance of load in grid environments.
 Keywords
Grid Systems;Resource Management;Scheduling;Intelligent Load Distribution;
 Language
English
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