Research on Grid Resource Scheduling Algorithm Based on Multi-attribute Constraints
To improve the completed number of grid tasks, grid resource scheduling algorithm MCSA (Multi-attribute Constraints Scheduling Algorithm) was proposed. The accomplished process of grid resource scheduling algorithm was transformed multi-attribute constraints, according to the parametric resource information, task information and the thought of parameter sweep scheduling algorithm. Classifying different task weight value according to the priority of tasks and the given task weigh value by simulation experiment results. Scheduling algorithm MCSA were simulated by the GridSim toolkits according to different conditions, which show that algorithm MCSA is effective and stable in solving such kind of issues.
KeywordsMulti-attribute constraints grid resource scheduling task weight GridSim
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