Cross Entropy Based Module Allocation for Distributed Systems

@inproceedings{WidellCrossEB,
  title={Cross Entropy Based Module Allocation for Distributed Systems},
  author={Niklas Widell and Christian Nyberg}
}
In the module allocation problem a collection of software modules are to be assigned to physical processing nodes, subject to execution and communication cost. The cost of an allocation is a function of the execution costs and the communication costs for any pair of modules allocated to distinct processors. The module allocation problem has been well studied and is known to be NP-complete except for certain communication configurations. To solve the problem, several heuristics have been… CONTINUE READING

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