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Load sharing in heterogeneous distributed systems
Load sharing is key to the efficient operation of distributed systems. The paper investigates load sharing policies in a heterogeneous distributed system, where half of the total processors haveExpand
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Parallel Job Scheduling in Homogeneous Distributed Systems
The performance of parallel programs such as those involving fork-join instructions is significantly affected by the method used to schedule program tasks. This article studies parallel jobExpand
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Epoch load sharing in a network of workstations
This paper examines load sharing in a network of workstations (NOW). It proposes a special load sharing method referred to as epoch load sharing. With this policy, load is evenly distributed amongExpand
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Parallel and distributed systems: load sharing in heterogeneous distributed systems
Load sharing is key to the efficient operation of distributed systems. This paper investigates load sharing policies in a heterogeneous distributed system, where half of the total processors haveExpand
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Performance analysis of parallel job scheduling in distributed systems
This paper studies parallel job scheduling in a distributed system. A simulation model is used to address performance issues associated with scheduling. Five policies are used to schedule parallelExpand
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A Simulation Study of Epoch Load Sharing in Distributed Systems
This paper examines load sharing in distributed systems. It proposes a special load-sharing method, referred to as epoch load sharing. With this policy, load is evenly distributed among distributedExpand
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More on a model curriculum for modeling and simulation
At WSC 00, one of the authors (Crosbie) suggested that the development and publication of a model curriculum for MS programs in modeling and simulation would facilitate the development of suchExpand
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Synchronization of the producer/consumer problem using semaphores, monitors, and the Ada rendezvous
This paper addresses the following questions regarding single-processor synchronization of the producer/consumer problem using semaphores, monitors, and the Ada rendezvous:• How does eachExpand
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Concurrency with semaphores
Concurrency is introduced in most operating systems textbooks, but usually, only the basics of synchronization and mutual exclusion are presented. The more complicated examples are invariably cannedExpand
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