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Static assignment of complex stochastic tasks using stochastic majorization

David Nicol

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Published
**1992**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va
.

Written in English

- Parallel processing (Electronic computers),
- Multitasking (Computer science),
- Fluid dynamics

**Edition Notes**

Statement | David Nicol, Rahul Simha, Don Towsley. |

Series | ICASE report ;, no. 92-51, NASA contractor report ;, 189716, NASA contractor report ;, 189716. |

Contributions | Simha, Rahul., Towsley, Don., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TL521.3.C6 A3 no. 189716, QA76.58 A3 no. 189716 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 22 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 22 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1463836M |

LC Control Number | 93122336 |

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We consider the problem of statically assigning tasks to processors when the tasks have unknown random processing times and a certain type of stochastic structure.

The structure we examine embodies the notion of one task spawning a set of others; we examine static assignments, under the assumption that all offspring of a task are executed on the same processor as the task. Get this from a library. Static assignment of complex stochastic tasks using stochastic majorization.

[David Nicol; Rahul Simha; Don Towsley; Langley Research Center.]. We show how the theory of majorization can be used to obtain a partial order among possible task assignments. Our results show that if the vector of numbers of tasks assigned to each processor under one mapping is majorized by that of another mapping, then the former mapping is better than the latter with respect to a large number of objective : David Nicol, Rahul Simha and Don Towsley.

Static assignment is likely to be use(l when a task's state is large, thereby making dynamic assignment very costly in terms o)f cOlmminui nication. This paper examines theoretical issues associated with compamiNg different static mappings of a set of complex stochastic tasks. We consider the problem of statically assigning tasks to processors when the tasks have unknown random processing times and a certain type of stochastic structure.

The structure we examine embodies the notion of one task spawning a set of others; we examine static assignments, under the assumption that all offspring of a task are executed on the same processor as the : David Nicol and Rahul Simha. Nicol D, Simha R and Towsley D () Static Assignment of Stochastic Tasks Using Majorization, IEEE Transactions on Computers,(), Online publication date: 1-Jun Gudaitis M, Lamont G and Terzuoli A Multicriteria vehicle route-planning using parallel A * search Proceedings of the ACM symposium on Applied computing, ().

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