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Techniques and evaluation of processor co-allocation in multi-cluster systems
Computer processing power is increasing at a very high rate. A computer considered to be fast today may not be fast in a few years to come. At the same time, the number and complexity of resource intensive computer ...
Co-allocation with communication considerations in multi-cluster systems
Processor co-allocation can be of performance benefit. This is because breaking jobs into components reduces overall cluster fragmentation. However, the slower inter-cluster communication links increase job execution times. ...