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We claim that the current scheduling systems for high performance computing environments are unable to fairly distribute resources among the users, and as such, are unable to maximize the overall user satisfaction. We demonstrate that a user can game the system to cause a temporal starvation to the other users of the system, even though all users will… (More)
A review of Grid Computing: Software Environments and Tools by Jose C. Cunha and Omer F. Rana, eds.
Shared computing environments such as Cloud, HPC and Grid Computing present a challenge for scheduling systems as they seek to balance incoming requests with available resources, maintain high utilization, be fair among users, and cope with environmental dynamicity. In this paper, we will introduce the FUD theorem. The FUD theorem is based on the premise… (More)