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Managing Uncertainty: A Case for Probabilistic Grid Scheduling

@article{Lazarevic2007ManagingUA,
  title={Managing Uncertainty: A Case for Probabilistic Grid Scheduling},
  author={Aleksandar Lazarevic and Lionel Sacks and Ognjen Prnjat},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2007},
  volume={abs/0711.0327}
}
The Grid technology is evolving into a global, service-orientated architecture – a universal platform for delivering future high demand computational services. Strong adoption of the Grid and the utility computing concept is leading to an increasing number of Grid installations running a wide range of applications of different size and complexity. In this paper we address the problem of delivering deadline/economy based scheduling in a heterogeneous application environment using statistical… 
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