Energy-Aware Scheduling on Multicore Heterogeneous Grid Computing Systems

@article{Nesmachnow2013EnergyAwareSO,
  title={Energy-Aware Scheduling on Multicore Heterogeneous Grid Computing Systems},
  author={Sergio Nesmachnow and Bernab{\'e} Dorronsoro and Johnatan E. Pecero and Pascal Bouvry},
  journal={Journal of Grid Computing},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={653-680}
}
We address a multicriteria non-preemptive energy-aware scheduling problem for computational Grid systems. This work introduces a new formulation of the scheduling problem for multicore heterogeneous computational Grid systems in which the minimization of the energy consumption, along with the makespan metric, is considered. We adopt a two-level model, in which a meta-broker agent (level 1) receives all user tasks and schedules them on the available resources, belonging to different local… CONTINUE READING
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