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Book chapter

Job Ranking and Scheduling in Utility Grids VOs

P. 285-297.
Toporkov V., Anna Toporkova, Tselishchev A., Yemelyanov D., Potekhin P.

In this work, we propose approaches to creation of a ranked jobs framework  within a model of cycle scheduling in virtual organizations of utility Grids with the decoupling of users from resource providers. Two methods for job selection and scheduling are proposed and compared: the first one is based on the knapsack problem solution, while the second one introduces a heuristic parameter of a job and a computational resource set “compatibility”. Along with these methods we present experimental results demonstrating the efficiency of proposed approaches and compare them with random job selection.

In book

Job Ranking and Scheduling in Utility Grids VOs
Edited by: V. Malyshkin. Vol. 9251: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Cham; Heidelberg; NY; Dordrecht; L.: Springer, 2015.