An Optimization of Processor Allocation Method in Heterogeneous Multi-Cluster Computing
Savita Mahajan, Rasleen Kaur, , ,
Cluster computing is an innovative technology which broadens horizons in whole world business but shortcomings of cluster
are becoming hindrance to opt this technology. So, frequent optimizations are required to make this technology commendable. The
foremost area of concern is processor allocation, utilization rate, system performance and job scheduling in heterogeneous multi-cluster
systems due to which this mechanization lacks behind. To resolve these problems we propose an enhanced approach towards processor
allocation in heterogeneous multi-cluster systems which maximize the resource utilization rate, increase system performance and manage
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