Benefits of Speedup Knowledge in Memory-Constrained Multiprocessor Scheduling

Abstract

Recently, research on scheduling for large-scale multiprocessor systems has begun to take into consideration the memory sizes of jobs. The approach used to ensure good performance without considering memory is to increase the multiprogramming level as the load increases. But if jobs require signiicant amounts of memory, then there will be a point at which… (More)

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@article{Parsons1996BenefitsOS, title={Benefits of Speedup Knowledge in Memory-Constrained Multiprocessor Scheduling}, author={Eric W. Parsons and Kenneth C. Sevcik}, journal={Perform. Eval.}, year={1996}, volume={27/28}, pages={253-272} }