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Cluster based Performance Evaluation of Runlength Image Compression

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Author(s): Ankit Arora | Amit Chhabra | Harwinder Singh Sohal

Journal: International Journal of Computer Applications
ISSN 0975-8887

Volume: 33;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 14;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Parallel Clustering | Multi-Computers | Run-length Image Compression.

ABSTRACT
Modern data processing tasks involving high computation with huge data intensive work are not providing any usual response as they run over a conventional computing architecture, where the synergism capabilities of such machines are limited to single central processing unit. Improvement over such single processing architecture is not the big issue as many earlier efforts in this era has been performed, which involves overlapped pipelined architectures. Later the technology extends to involve multiple processing elements under the control of a common clock. A current trend involves multiple central processing units. Despite of such efforts, another way of achieving parallel effect is to make effective utilization of multicomputer hardware in the form of massively parallel clustering over a local area network. Further the experiment lead to the analysis of Runlength image compression over a network clusterinvolving client - server model of computation consisting software modules implemented via TCP/IP sockets for the requirement of increased speedup as well as throughput. Finally, the conclusion containing comparisons over clustered environment will be discussed.
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