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CPU Scheduling in Data Centers Using Asynchronous Finite-Time Distributed Coordination Mechanisms

@article{Grammenos2021CPUSI,
  title={CPU Scheduling in Data Centers Using Asynchronous Finite-Time Distributed Coordination Mechanisms},
  author={Andreas Grammenos and Themistoklis Charalambous and Evangelia Kalyvianaki},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.06139}
}
We propose an asynchronous iterative scheme that allows a set of interconnected nodes to distributively reach an agreement within a pre-specified bound in a finite number of steps. While this scheme could be adopted in a wide variety of applications, we discuss it within the context of task scheduling for data centers. In this context, the algorithm is guaranteed to approximately converge to the optimal scheduling plan, given the available resources, in a finite number of steps. Furthermore, by… 
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