The Effect of Scheduling Discipline on Sender-Initiated and Receiver-Initiated Adaptive Load Sharing in Homogeneous Distributed Systems†

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Load sharing is a technique to improve the performance of distributed systems by distributing the system workload from heavily loaded nodes to lightly loaded nodes in the system. Previous studies have considered two adaptive load sharing policies: sender-initiated and receiver-initiated. In the sender-initiated policy, a heavily loaded node attempts to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Dandamudi1995TheEO, title={The Effect of Scheduling Discipline on Sender-Initiated and Receiver-Initiated Adaptive Load Sharing in Homogeneous Distributed Systems†}, author={Sivarama P. Dandamudi}, year={1995} }