Dynamic resource management heuristics for minimizing makespan while maintaining an acceptable level of robustness in an uncertain environment
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Heterogeneous parallel and distributed computing systems may operate in an environment where certain system performance features degrade due to unpredictable circumstances. Robustness can be defined as the degree to which a system can function correctly in the presence of parameter values different from those assumed. An important research problem in resource management is how to determine a resource allocation and scheduling of tasks to machines that optimizes a system performance feature while delivering acceptable level of robustness. Makespan (defined as the time required to complete all ...