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Evaluation Of Scheduling And Load Balancing Techniques In Mobile Grid Architecture

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Author(s): Debabrata Singh | Sandeep Nanda | Sarbeswara Hota | Manas Kumar Nanda

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science Issues
ISSN 1694-0784

Volume: 8;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 202;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Mobile grid | replication | intermittent connectivity | wireless traces | heuristics | IJCSI

ABSTRACT
Recent advances in mobile communications and computing are strong interest of the scientific community in the Grid have led to research into the Mobile Grid. Based on a realistic Mobile Grid architecture we formulate the problem of job scheduling and load balancing techniques in a mobile environment and performance metrics. We extended the work by introducing a new scheduling policy and load balancing policy based on the notion of installments and intra cluster load balancing algorithm and continue the evaluation of the expanded set of scheduling and load balancing strategies in an effort to overcome the intermittent character of connectivity in a mobile environment. On real wireless traces, we demonstrated the superiority of the proposed policy, and showed the feasibility of a Mobile Grid system and design the efficient scheduling and load balancing policies subject to the underlying mobility were based a small part of the offered resources is wasted and a small part of the workload has to be processed again .The size of the installments increases as the size of the aborted fragments of the workload increases.
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