Performance Analysis of Wireless Sensor Networks [90öu6]

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Analysis of Finite-Source Cluster Networks

Adam Toth, Tamas Berczes, Attila Kuki, Bela Almasi, Wolfgang Schreiner, Jinting Wang, Fang Wang

Creative Mathematics and Informatics 25(2), pp. 223-235. 2016. SINUS Association, ISSN 1584 - 286X.
author = {Adam Toth and Tamas Berczes and Attila Kuki and Bela Almasi and Wolfgang Schreiner and Jinting Wang and Fang Wang},
title = {{Analysis of Finite-Source Cluster Networks}},
language = {english},
abstract = {Nowadays the distributed heterogeneous resources of networks, like the computational grid,start to have a greater part of interest so, the investigations of such systems are vital. Because of the more efficient utilisation of the resources, the job scheduling becomes more challenging for the system administrators. The allocation of the arriving jobs has a great impact on the efficiency and the energy consumption of the system. In this paper, we present a finite source generalized model for the performance evaluation of scheduling compute-intensive jobs based on the infinite model of Tien Van Do. The available computers are classified into three groups. This classification is based on two aspects: high performance priority (HP) and energy efficiency priority (EE). We investigate three schemes (separate queue, class queue and common queue) for buffering the jobs in a computational cluster that is built from Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) servers. Our main interest is to calculate performance measures and energy consumption of the system using the different buffering schemes and classifications.},
journal = {Creative Mathematics and Informatics},
volume = {25},
number = {2},
pages = {223--235},
publisher = {SINUS Association},
isbn_issn = {ISSN 1584 - 286X},
year = {2016},
refereed = {yes},
sponsor = {Stiftung Aktion Österreich-Ungarn contract 90öu6. },
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