Modeling Job Arrivals in a Data-Intensive Grid

@inproceedings{Li2006ModelingJA,
  title={Modeling Job Arrivals in a Data-Intensive Grid},
  author={Hui Li and Michael Muskulus and Lex Wolters},
  booktitle={JSSPP},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper we present an initial analysis of job arrivals in a production data-intensive Grid and investigate several traffic models to characterize the interarrival time processes. Our analysis focuses on the heavy-tail behavior and autocorrelation structures, and the modeling is carried out at three different levels: Grid, Virtual Organization (VO), and region. A set of m-state Markov modulated Poisson processes (MMPP) is investigated, while Poisson processes and hyperexponential renewal… CONTINUE READING
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