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Resource scheduling based on dynamic dependence injection in virtualization-based simulation grid

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8 Author(s)
Hanbing Liu ; School of Computer Science and Technology Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China ; Hongyi Su ; Shouyi Zhan ; Chai, Xundong
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With the grid applied in simulation widely, the traditional grid scheduling can not meet the requirements, which needs to server the appointed domain application not the simple computation jobs. The exiting grid scheduling mechanisms based on the physical computing nodes, which deployed with appointed environment, make the simulation resource usage less flexible and efficient due to the system structure limitation. According to the simulation application requirement, this paper integrated virtualization technology into the exited Simulation Grid to break the static dependence coupling and proposed a dynamic dependence injection scheduling mechanism. Furthermore, some solved key techniques are introduced, mainly including resource discovery and selection algorithm based the simulation resource virtualization encapsulation. This scheduling mechanism has a better efficiency in dynamic deployment, the real-time operation and the capabilities of current networked M&S platform on highly customizable resources sharing, collaboration and fault tolerant. Finally, the conclusion and some further works are given.

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Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD), 2010 14th International Conference on

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14-16 April 2010