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Utilization-Based Heuristics for Statically Mapping Real-Time Applications onto the HiPer-D Heterogeneous Computing System

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Utilization-Based Heuristics for Statically Mapping Real-Time Applications onto the HiPer-D Heterogeneous Computing System
Real-time applications continue to increase in importance as they are employed in various critical areas, such as command and control systems. These applications have traditionally required custom-made systems to execute them. Recently, with the widespread use of increasingly powerful commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products, some real-time system designers have started a shift from custom development to COTS-based systems to achieve lower costs and more flexible systems. This research investigates the problem of allocating real-time applications to a set of COTS heterogeneous machines connected together by a COTS high-speed network. The heuristics were implemented on the High Performance Distributed Computing Program’s (HiPer-D) Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) testbed. At the specification of NSWC, the goal of this study is to design static resource allocation heuristics that balance the utilization of the computation and network resources in the HiPer-D system based on the s...
Shoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Yang Yu, Shriram B. Gu
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where IPPS
Authors Shoukat Ali, Jong-Kook Kim, Yang Yu, Shriram B. Gundala, Sethavidh Gertphol, Howard Jay Siegel, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Viktor K. Prasanna
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