A hybrid heuristic resource allocation model for computational grid for optimal energy usage

@article{Kaushik2018AHH,
  title={A hybrid heuristic resource allocation model for computational grid for optimal energy usage},
  author={Achal Kaushik and Deo Prakash Vidyarthi},
  journal={Int. J. Grid Util. Comput.},
  year={2018},
  volume={9},
  pages={51-74}
}
Computational grid helps in faster execution of compute intensive jobs. The resource allocation for the job execution in computational grid demands a lot of characteristic parameters to be optimised but in the process the green aspect is ignored. Reducing the energy consumption in computational grid is a major recent issue among researchers. The conventional systems, which offer energy efficient scheduling strategies, ignore other quality of service parameters while scheduling the jobs. The… 

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