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JACM
2002
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8 years 11 months ago
Paradoxes in distributed decisions on optimal load balancing for networks of homogeneous computers
In completely symmetric systems that have homogeneous nodes (hosts, computers, or processors) with identical arrival processes, an optimal static load balancing scheme does not in...
Hisao Kameda, Odile Pourtallier
COR
2006
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9 years 2 days ago
Numerical studies on a paradox for non-cooperative static load balancing in distributed computer systems
Numerical examples of a Braess-like paradox in which adding capacity to a distributed computer system may degrade the performance of all users in the system have been reported. Un...
Said Fathy El-Zoghdy, Hisao Kameda, Jie Li
NETWORKING
2004
9 years 1 months ago
Bounds on Benefits and Harms of Adding Connections to Noncooperative Networks
Abstract. In computer networks (and, say, transportation networks), we can consider the situation where each user has its own routing decision so as to minimize noncooperatively th...
Hisao Kameda
SIGMETRICS
2011
ACM
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8 years 2 months ago
Greening geographical load balancing
Energy expenditure has become a significant fraction of data center operating costs. Recently, “geographical load balancing” has been suggested to reduce energy cost by explo...
Zhenhua Liu, Minghong Lin, Adam Wierman, Steven H....
IPPS
2002
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
Toward Optimal Diffusion Matrices
Efficient load balancing algorithms are the key to many efficient parallel applications. Until now, research in this area has mainly been focusing on homogeneous schemes. Howeve...
Robert Elsässer, Burkhard Monien, Günter...
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