Dynamic scheduling techniques for heterogeneous computing systems

  title={Dynamic scheduling techniques for heterogeneous computing systems},
  author={Babak Hamidzadeh and Yacine Atif and David. J. Lilja},
  journal={Concurrency - Practice and Experience},
There has been a recent increase of interest in heterogeneous computing systems, due partly to the fact that a single parallel architecture may not be adequate for e xploiting all of a program’ s available parallelism.In some cases, heterogeneous systems ha ve been sho wn to produce higher per formance for lower cost than a single lar ge machine.However, there has been only limited w ork on developing techniques and frame works for partitioning and scheduling applications across the components… CONTINUE READING
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