Load balancing scheduling algorithm for storage system based on state acquisition and dynamic feedback
The increasing needs for power consumption of computing machines is getting a worrying factor for the emerging embedded systems. Asynchronous computer architecture reduces the power consumption of the systems. They are built around using emerging concept of clock less systems. Asynchronous computing systems have demonstrated a full scaled computational performance to fulfill the emerging needs of computational intensive applications. Design and fabrication of asynchronous processing systems has emerged dramatically and the area is under close observation for more advanced research on the issues of asynchronous designs, programming, and protocols implementation, development of computational algorithms as well as fabrication of such architecture at silicon wafer level. This research paper presents the critical aspects of high design complexity, better scalable computational performance and reduction in energy obtained by using modern asynchronous computing architectures.