Global Scheduling on Clusters of Workstations: Development and Performance Study*

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The ability to fully utilise the computational resources of a cluster of workstations (COW) through the initial placement and movement of workload is desirable not only by the user of the system, but also from an efficiency point of view since the modern COWs are an expensive resource. The ability to have an even spread of load over an entire COW can be… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hobbs1997GlobalSO, title={Global Scheduling on Clusters of Workstations: Development and Performance Study*}, author={M. Hobbs and A. Goscinski and D. Rhodes and Daniel Temple}, year={1997} }