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Author Miriam, D. Doreen Hephzibah ♦ Easwarakumar, K. S.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Double Min Min Algorithm ♦ Task Metascheduler ♦ Hypercubic P2p Grid System ♦ High System Availability ♦ Load Balancing ♦ System Performance ♦ Task Scheduling ♦ Hypercubic P2p Grid ♦ Experiment Evaluation ♦ Double Min Min ♦ Unpredictable Reliability ♦ Grid System ♦ System Resource ♦ Max Min Algorithm ♦ Traditional Client Server Model ♦ Resource Management ♦ Traditional Min Min ♦ Optimal Makespan ♦ Homogeneous Policy ♦ System Load Balancing ♦ Simulation Result ♦ New Algorithm ♦ Extended Hypercube Topology ♦ System Architecture ♦ Efficient Spa
Abstract Most of the existing solutions on task scheduling and resource management in grid computing are based on the traditional client / server model, enforcing a homogeneous policy on making decisions and limiting the flexibility, unpredictable reliability and scalability of the system. Thus, we need well organized system architecture to provide high system availability with task scheduling scheme for Grid system. In this paper, we integrate Grid with P2P on to the extended Hypercube topology for task scheduling and load balancing, which gives optimal makespan and balances the load. We propose an efficient SPA based task scheduling algorithm named Double Min Min Algorithm which performs scheduling in order to enhance system performance in Hypercubic P2P Grid (HPGRID). The simulation result shows that the SPA based Double Min Min scheduling minimizes the makespan with load balancing and guarantees the high system availability in system performance. At last, the SPA based Double Min Min algorithm is compared with traditional Min Min and Max Min algorithm, by the experiment evaluation it shows that the new algorithm has a better quality of system load balancing and the utilization of system resources.
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