Adjusted fair scheduling and non-linear workload prediction for QoS guarantees in grid computing

  title={Adjusted fair scheduling and non-linear workload prediction for QoS guarantees in grid computing},
  author={Nikolaos D. Doulamis and Anastasios D. Doulamis and Antonios Litke and Athanasios Panagakis and Theodora A. Varvarigou and Emmanouel A. Varvarigos},
  journal={Computer Communications},
In this paper, we propose an efficient non-linear task workload prediction mechanism incorporated with a fair scheduling algorithm for task allocation and resource management in Grid computing. Workload prediction is accomplished in a Grid middleware approach using a non-linear model expressed as a series of finite known functional components using concepts of functional analysis. The coefficient of functional components are obtained using a training set of appropriate samples, the pairs of… CONTINUE READING
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