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Adaptive Workload Prediction of Grid Performance in Confidence Windows

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Adaptive Workload Prediction of Grid Performance in Confidence Windows
Predicting grid performance is a complex task because heterogeneous resource nodes are involved in a distributed environment. Long execution workload on a grid is even harder to predict due to heavy load fluctuations. In this paper, we use Kalman filter to minimize the prediction errors. We apply Savitzky-Golay filter to train a sequence of confidence windows. The purpose is to smooth the prediction process from being disturbed by load fluctuations. We present a new adaptive hybrid method (AHModel) for load prediction guided by trained confidence windows. We test the effectiveness of this new prediction scheme with real-life workload traces on the AuverGrid and Grid5000 in France. Both theoretical and experimental results are reported in this paper. As the lookahead span increases from 10 to 50 steps (5 minutes per step), the AHModel predicts the grid workload with a mean-square error (MSE) of 0.04-0.73 percent, compared with 2.54-30.2 percent in using the static point value autoregres...
Yongwei Wu, Kai Hwang, Yulai Yuan, Weimin Zheng
Added 22 May 2011
Updated 22 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TPDS
Authors Yongwei Wu, Kai Hwang, Yulai Yuan, Weimin Zheng
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