The Importance of Complete Data Sets for Job Scheduling Simulations

@inproceedings{Kluscek2010TheIO,
  title={The Importance of Complete Data Sets for Job Scheduling Simulations},
  author={Dalibor Klus{\'a}cek and Hana Rudov{\'a}},
  booktitle={JSSPP},
  year={2010}
}
This paper has been inspired by the study of the complex data set from the Czech National Grid MetaCentrum. Unlike other widely used workloads from Parallel Workloads Archive or Grid Workloads Archive, this data set includes additional information concerning machine failures, job requirements and machine parameters which allows to perform more realistic simulations. We show that large differences in the performance of various scheduling algorithms appear when these additional information are… CONTINUE READING

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