Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing: IPDPS 2000 Workshop, JSSPP 2000, Cancun, Mexico, May 1, 2000 Proceedings
Dror G. Feitelson, Larry Rudolph
Springer, Nov 27, 2000 - Parallel processing (Electronic computers) - 209 pages
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing, JSSPP 2000, held in Cancun, Mexico in May 2000 as a satelite meeting of IPDPS 2000. The 12 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed during an iterated evaluation process and present the state of the art in the area.
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Effect of Job Size Characteristics on Job Scheduling Performance
Improving Parallel Job Scheduling Using Runtime Measurements
Valuation of Ultrascale Computing Systems
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32 processors advance reservations allocation average backfilling benchmark clusters communication pattern Computer Science coscheduling CPU Manager Cray T3E D. G. Feitelson Distributed Computing dynamic efficiency embarrassingly parallel evaluation execution FCFS gang scheduling grade of membership I/O bound I/O intensive idle processors impact implementation improvement increase IRIX job arrival job scheduling algorithms Job Scheduling Strategies Lecture Notes load balancing Loadleveller memory metajob metascheduler multiple time slots Multiprocessors NANOS environment NERSC nodes Notes in Computer number of jobs number of processors operating system overhead parallel applications parallel computer Parallel Processing parameters partition Power2 preemption priority Proceedings processor utilization run in multiple runtime information scheduling algorithms scheduling policies scheduling scheme Section SGI-MP shared job queue simulation slowdown ratio space sharing speedup spin Springer-Verlag Strategies for Parallel supercomputer synchronization target job task classification throughput time-slice turn-around ultra-scale computing user-level workload tree workstations