Alix Munier Kordon

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We consider a general class of precedence-constrained scheduling problems on identical parallel machines, whereby a nonnegative precedence delay d ij is associated with each precedence-constrained job pair (i; j), with the following meaning: in every feasible schedule, job j cannot start until d ij time units after job i is completed. Special cases include(More)
This paper deenes and studies an approximation algorithm for scheduling tasks with small communication delays on m processors. In a rst step, a schedule 1 for the problem instance with an unlimited number of processors is generated with a polynomial algorithm with relative performance bounded by 2(1 +) 2 + , where denotes the ratio between the greatest(More)
In this paper, we consider a nite set of generic tasks that we execute a large number of times. We introduce the linear constraints between two generic tasks : the diierence of iteration indices between the execution of two tasks subject to a precedence constraint is a linear function of these indices. These constraints are modeled by a linear graph G.(More)
—Synchronous Dataflow graphs, introduced by Lee and Messerschmitt in 1987, are a well-known formalism commonly used to model data-exchanges between parallel processes. This model was extensively studied in the last two decades because of the importance of its applications. However, the determination of a maximal throughput is a difficult question, for which(More)
Cyclo-Static DataFlow (CSDF) is a powerful model for the specification of DSP applications. However, as in any asynchronous model, the synchronization of the different communicating tasks (processes) is made through buffers that have to be sized such that timing constraints are met. In this paper, we want to determine buffer sizes such that the throughput(More)