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Adapting wireless devices to communicate within grid networks empower users. This makes deployment of a wide range of applications possible within appropriate limits, including intermittent network connectivity and non-dedicated heterogeneous system capacity. The performance prediction model is used to improve the performance of the mobile grid job scheduling algorithm (MG-JSA). The proposed algorithm predicts the response time for processing the distributed application in each mobile node, although considering wireless network environments and inherent non-dedicated heterogeneous system capacity. Using this prediction model, the algorithm partitions and allocates the distributed jobs to available mobile nodes for rapid job processing. The efficiency of the MG-JSA model is demonstrated by evaluating its performance.
Date of Publication: May 2009