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Distributing spatially located heterogeneous workloads is an important problem in parallel scientific computing. We investigate the problem of partitioning such workloads (represented as a matrix of non-negative integers) into rectangles, such that the load of the most loaded rectangle (processor) is minimized. Since finding the optimal arbitrary… (More)

The ideal distribution of spatially located heterogeneous workloads is an important problem to address in parallel scientific computing. We investigate the problem of partitioning such workloads (represented as a matrix of positive integers) into rectangles, such that the load of the most loaded rectangle (processor) is minimized. Since finding the optimal… (More)

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