Automated Deduction - CADE-14: 14th International Conference by William McCune

By William McCune

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Each schedule from this set contains just the values of the Leader’s decision variables. All those “incomplete" chromosomes are sent to the Followers, who fill in the respective parts of each schedule by using one of the ad-hoc heuristics. N Ql defined as the fitness. The crossover and mutation operations are performed separately on Leader’s and Followers’ decision variables. Thus, in each generation the Followers can update their own decision (including the initial choices) due to possible changes on availability of resources introduced by the Leader.

Moreover, the job may fail to complete due to a failure of the resource on which it is running. However, resource failures are not explicitly considered in this work. 2 Efficient Hierarchical Task Scheduling on GRIDS Accounting 29 Ethe Ethernet Switch 10 10/100 Mbps Site A Cluster 1 Site B Cluster 2 Site C Cluster 3 host host host host host host host host host Gigabit Swit Switch t Gigabit Swit Switch Gigabit Swit Switch Fig. 3 Hierarchical network topology One example of our architectural model is an abstraction of a real-world Grid computing system, Grid’5000 [5, 14].

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