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CSCW
2011
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Scheduling in variable-core collaborative systems
The performance of a collaborative system depends on how two mandatory collaborative tasks, processing and transmission of user commands, are scheduled. We have developed multiple...
Sasa Junuzovic, Prasun Dewan
GRID
2008
Springer
12 years 3 months ago
Dynamic scheduling for heterogeneous Desktop Grids
Desktop Grids have emerged as an important methodology to harness the idle cycles of millions of participant desktop PCs over the Internet. However, to effectively utilize the res...
Issam Al-Azzoni, Douglas G. Down
CATA
2009
12 years 3 months ago
Performance Enhancement of Web Server System
The invention of the Internet has ushered in advances in information era which has revolutionized the way we conduct business, advances our knowledge and promote life long learning...
Sarah Tasneem, Reda A. Ammar, Lester Lipsky, Howar...
ATC
2008
Springer
12 years 3 months ago
Scheduling for Reliable Execution in Autonomic Systems
Abstract. Scheduling the execution of multiple concurrent tasks on shared resources such as CPUs and network links is essential to ensuring the reliable operation of many autonomic...
Terry Tidwell, Robert Glaubius, Christopher D. Gil...
DFVLR
1987
12 years 5 months ago
Two Fundamental Issues in Multiprocessing
: This paper examines the argument for dataflow architectures in "Two Fundamental Issues in Multiprocessing[5]." We observe two key problems. First, the justification of ...
Arvind, Robert A. Iannucci
CODES
2002
IEEE
12 years 6 months ago
Locality-conscious process scheduling in embedded systems
In many embedded systems, existence of a data cache might influence the effectiveness of process scheduling policy significantly. Consequently, a scheduling policy that takes in...
Ismail Kadayif, Mahmut T. Kandemir, Ibrahim Kolcu,...
WORDS
2005
IEEE
12 years 7 months ago
A Framework for Simplifying the Development of Kernel Schedulers: Design and Performance Evaluation
Writing a new scheduler and integrating it into an existing OS is a daunting task, requiring the understanding of multiple low-level kernel mechanisms. Indeed, implementing a new ...
Gilles Muller, Julia L. Lawall, Hervé Duche...
INFOCOM
2005
IEEE
12 years 7 months ago
On the maximal throughput of networks with finite buffers and its application to buffered crossbars
— The advent of packet networks has motivated many researchers to study the performance of networks of queues in the last decade or two. However, most of the previous work assume...
Paolo Giaccone, Emilio Leonardi, Devavrat Shah
WIOPT
2006
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Fairness and throughput guarantees with maximal scheduling in multi-hop wireless networks
Abstract— We investigate the fairness and throughput properties of a simple distributed scheduling policy, maximal scheduling, in the context of a general ad-hoc wireless network...
Saswati Sarkar, Prasanna Chaporkar, Koushik Kar
ECRTS
2006
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Optimal On-Line Scheduling of Multiple Control Tasks: A Case Study
We study the problem of dynamically scheduling a set of state-feedback control tasks controlling a set of linear plants. We consider an on-line non-preemptive scheduling policy th...
Anton Cervin, Peter Alriksson
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