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Load Balancing Driven Process

@inproceedings{Scheurer1995LoadBD,
  title={Load Balancing Driven Process},
  author={MigrationChristian A. Scheurer and Hans K. ScheurerInstitute},
  year={1995}
}
  • MigrationChristian A. Scheurer, Hans K. ScheurerInstitute
  • Published 1995
  • This paper is concerned with load balancing driven process migration on multi-processor systems. The main goal is to automatically and transparently maximize system utilization by balancing the workload at run-time. To achieve this, we have implemented a process migration tool (PMT) which uses di usion based schemes to equally balance the load. The balancing strategies can be expressed as Poisson operators on a graph. The analysis of the corresponding eigenvalues delivers the convergence speed… CONTINUE READING

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