Corpus ID: 22018426

Analysis of Threshold Based Centralized Load Balancing Policy for Heterogeneous Machines

  title={Analysis of Threshold Based Centralized Load Balancing Policy for Heterogeneous Machines},
  author={Archana B. Saxena and Dr. Deepti Sharma},
Heterogeneous machines can be significantly better than homogeneous machines but for that an effective workload distribution policy is required. Maximum realization of the performance can be achieved when system designer will overcome load imbalance condition within the system. Load distribution and load balancing policy together can reduce total execution time and increase system throughput. In this paper; we provide algorithm analysis of a threshold based job allocation and load balancing… Expand
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