New Challenges of Parallel Job Scheduling

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New Challenges of Parallel Job Scheduling
Abstract. The workshop on job scheduling strategies for parallel processing (JSSPP) studies the myriad aspects of managing resources on parallel and distributed computers. These studies typically focus on largescale computing environments, where allocation and management of computing resources present numerous challenges. Traditionally, such systems consisted of massively parallel supercomputers, or more recently, large clusters of commodity processor nodes. These systems are characterized by architectures that are largely homogeneous and workloads that are dominated by both computation and communication-intensive applications. Indeed, the large majority of the articles in the rst ten JSSPP workshops dealt with such systems and addressed issues such as queuing systems and supercomputer workloads. In this paper, we discuss some of the recent developments in parallel computing technologies that depart from this traditional domain of problems. In particular, we identify several recent an...
Eitan Frachtenberg, Uwe Schwiegelshohn
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Authors Eitan Frachtenberg, Uwe Schwiegelshohn
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