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Book chapter

Economic Models of Scheduling in Distributed Systems

P. 143-154.
Toporkov V. V., Toporkova A. S., Tselishev A., Yemelyanov D. M., Bobchenkov A. V.

This chapter describes an economic model for independent job flow management in distributed computing environments with non-dedicated resources. The model is based on the concept of fair resource distribution between users and owners of computational nodes by means of economic mechanisms in a virtual organization. Scheduling is performed in cycles in accordance with dynamically updated schedules on local processor nodes. Schedule optimization is performed using dynamic programming methods using the set of criteria in accordance with the economic policy of the virtual organization.

In book

Economic Models of Scheduling in Distributed Systems
Vol. 2. Wrocław: Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechnki Wroclawskiej, 2010.