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Scheduling Divisible Loads in Parallel and Distributed Systems
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This book provides an in-depth study concerning a class of problems in the general area of load sharing and balancing in parallel and distributed systems. Expand
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Glowworm swarm optimization for simultaneous capture of multiple local optima of multimodal functions
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This paper presents glowworm swarm optimization (GSO), a novel algorithm for the simultaneous computation of multiple optima of multimodal functions. Expand
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Divisible Load Theory: A New Paradigm for Load Scheduling in Distributed Systems
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Divisible load theory is a methodology involving the linear and continuous modeling of partitionable computation and communication loads for parallel processing. Expand
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Obstacle avoidance in a dynamic environment: a collision cone approach
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A novel collision cone approach is proposed as an aid to collision detection and avoidance between irregularly shaped moving objects with unknown trajectories. Expand
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Detection of multiple source locations using a glowworm metaphor with applications to collective robotics
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This paper presents a glowworm swarm based algorithm that finds solutions to optimization of multiple optima continuous functions. Expand
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Generalization of Linear Cyclic Pursuit With Application to Rendezvous of Multiple Autonomous Agents
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We generalize existing results and show that by selecting the gains of the agents, the point of convergence of these agents can be controlled. Expand
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Glowworm swarm based optimization algorithm for multimodal functions with collective robotics applications
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This paper presents multimodal function optimization, using a nature-inspired glowworm swarm optimization (GSO) algorithm, with applications to collective robotics. Expand
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Distributed Computation with Communication Delays: Asymptotic Performance Analysis
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This paper analyzes the effect of communication delay on the optimal distribution of processing loads in distributed computing networks. Expand
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Solution concepts in two-person multicriteria games
In this paper, we propose new solution concepts for multicriteria games and compare them with existing ones. The general setting is that of two-person finite games in normal form (matrix games) withExpand
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Adaptive divisible load scheduling strategies for workstation clusters with unknown network resources
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In this paper, we present an adaptive strategy that estimates network parameter values using a probing technique and use them to obtain optimal load partitioning. Expand
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