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Sukhoroslov O. V., Nazarenko A., Aleksandrov R. The Journal of Supercomputing. 2018.

The paper studies the performance of algorithms for scheduling of many-task applications in distributed computing systems. Two important classes of such applications are considered: bags-of-tasks and workflows. The comparison of algorithms is performed on the basis of discrete-event simulation for various application cases and system configurations. The developed simulation framework based on SimGrid toolkit provides the necessary tools for implementation of scheduling algorithms, generation of synthetic systems and applications, execution of simulation experiments and analysis of results. This allowed to perform a large number of experiments in a reasonable amount of time and to ensure reproducible results. The conducted experiments demonstrate the dependence of the performance of studied algorithms on various application and system characteristics. While confirming the performance advantage of advanced static algorithms, the presented results reveal some interesting insights. In particular, the accuracy of the used network model helped to demonstrate the limitations of simple analytical models for scheduling of data-intensive parallel applications with static algorithms.

Added: Aug 27, 2018
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Toporkov V., Toporkova A. S., Tselishchev A. et al. The Journal of Supercomputing. 2014. Vol. 69. No. 1. P. 53-60.

In this work, we introduce slot selection and co-allocation algorithms for parallel jobs in distributed computing with non-dedicated and heterogeneous resources. A single slot is a time span that can be assigned to a task, which is a part of a job. The job launch requires a co-allocation of a specified number of slots starting synchronously. The challenge is that slots associated with different resources of distributed computational environments may have arbitrary start and finish points that do not match. Some existing algorithms assign a job to the first set of slots matching the resource request without any optimization (the first fit type), while other algorithms are based on an exhaustive search. In this paper, algorithms for effective slot selection of linear complexity on an available slots number are studied and compared with known approaches. The novelty of the proposed approach consists of allocating alternative sets of slots. It provides possibilities to optimize job scheduling.

Added: Jul 8, 2014