Hidenori Nakazato

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SUMMARY Divisible Load Theory (DLT) is an established mathematical framework to study Divisible Load Scheduling (DLS). However, traditional DLT does not address the scheduling of results back to source (i.e., result collection), nor does it comprehensively deal with system hetero-geneity. In this paper, the dlsrchets (DLS with Result Collection on(More)
SUMMARY Divisible Load Theory (DLT) is an established framework to study Divisible Load Scheduling (DLS). Traditional DLT ignores the result collection phase, and specifies no solution to the general case where both the network speed and computing capacity of the nodes are heterogeneous. In this paper, the DLS with Result Collection on HETerogeneous Systems(More)
Network coding has been shown to achieve optimal multicast throughput, yet at an expensive computation cost: every node in the network has to code. Interested in minimizing resource consumption of network coding while maintaining its performance, in this paper, we propose a practical network coder placement algorithm which achieves comparable content(More)