- Full Description
Scheduling in Distributed Computing Systems: Analysis, Design and Models intends to inculcate the innovative ideas for the scheduling aspect. Although the models in this book are designed for distributed systems, the same information is applicable for any type of system (i.e., where distributed processing is required). Scheduling in Distributed Computing Systems: Analysis, Design and Models will dramatically improve the design and management of the processes for industry professionals. This book deals exclusively with the scheduling aspect, which finds little space in other distributed operating system books. Scheduling in Distributed Computing Systems: Analysis, Design and Models is structured for a professional audience composed of researchers and practitioners in industry. This book is also suitable as a reference for graduate-level students in management sciences, and computer science for distributed computing system classes.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- An Overview of a Distributed Computing System.
- Scheduling Problem.
- Load Balancing in Dcs.
- Earlier Task Allocation Models.
- Load Balancing Task Allocation (Lbta).
- GA Based Task Allocation Models.
- Allocation of Multiple Tasks in Dcs.
- Other Approaches for Task Allocation.
- Scheduling in Computational Grids.
- Concluding Remarks.
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