Hafiz Fahad Sheikh

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Three-way joint optimization of performance (<i>P</i>), energy (<i>E</i>), and temperature (<i>T</i>) in scheduling parallel tasks to multiple cores poses a challenge that is staggering in its computational complexity. The goal of the <i>PET optimized scheduling</i> (<i>PETOS</i>) problem is to minimize three quantities: the completion time of a task graph,(More)
Enabled by high-speed networking in commercial, scientific, and government settings, the realm of high performance is burgeoning with greater amounts of computational and storage resources. Large-scale systems such as computational grids consume a significant amount of energy due to their massive sizes. The energy and cooling costs of such systems are often(More)
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