Fair, responsive scheduling of engineering workflows on computing grids


This thesis considers scheduling in the context of a grid computing system used in engineering design. Users desire responsiveness and fairness in the treatment of the workflows they submit. Submissions outstrip the available computing capacity during the work day, and the queue is only caught up on overnight and at weekends. The execution times observed… (More)


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Citations per Year

Citation Velocity: 6

Averaging 6 citations per year over the last 3 years.

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