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Computational resource optimization in Ugandan Tertiary Institutions
(Fountain Publishers, 2007)
Insufficient computational power, caused by limited budgets is a big challenge to high quality research and education in developing countries. Some institutions suffer acute shortages while others enjoy comparatively more ...
Performance, fairness and effectiveness in space slicing multi-cluster schedulers
(ACTA Press, 2007)
Parallel job schedulers have mostly been evaluated/compared using performance metrics. The deductions, however, can be misleading due to selective starvation. This calls for studies in scheduler fairness. Most studies have ...
Group-wise performance evaluation of processor co-allocation in multi-cluster systems
Performance evaluation in multi-cluster processor co-allocation - like in many other parallel job scheduling problems - is mostly done by computing the average metric value for the entire job stream. This does not give a ...
The greedy multi-cluster scheduler: performance bounds and parametric sensitivity
Most schedulers in parallel job scheduling do not put (job) schedulability into consideration when prioritizing jobs. Performance evaluation is mostly done using average values of the measurement metric. Using the average ...
Computational resource optimization in Ugandan tertiary institutions
(Fountain Publishers Kampala, 2007)
Insufficient computational power, caused by limited budgets is a big challenge to high quality research and education in developing countries. Some institutions suffer severe shortages while others enjoy comparatively ...