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Class D Results and Simulations

  • Art Sedighi
  • Milton Smith
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Abstract

Class D workloads represent cases in which one user submits a small, noise-like workload, and one or more disproportionately larger users submit much larger workload. In Simulation 5, one user submits a large workload with 5000 tasks, and another user submits 1 task for every two PCs up to a total of 10 tasks. This submission pattern continues, with 6 users in Simulation 9, 11 users in Simulation 13, and 21 users in Simulation 17. In Simulation 9, users 1–5 submit 1000 tasks each for a total of 5000 tasks. In Simulation 13, users 1–10 submit 500 tasks each, while user 11 submits 5000 tasks on their own. In Simulation 17, users 1–20 submit 250 tasks each.

Keywords

Class D simulation Class D results Average delay Fairshare average Rawlsian Fair Simulation 5 BH Simulation 9 inf Simulation 12 Simulation 17 PC Algorithm-Implementation Correctness Correctness Result expectation BH = 1 BH = 2 BH = 3 BH = 5 BH = 10 BH = inf 

References

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Art Sedighi
    • 1
  • Milton Smith
    • 1
  1. 1.Industrial, Manufacturing & Systems EngineeringTexas Tech UniversityLubbockUSA

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