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Evaluation of a c-Load-Collision-Protocol for Load-Balancing in Interactive Environments

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3 Author(s)
Süss, T. ; Algorithms & Complexity, Univ. of Paderborn, Paderborn, Germany ; Wiesemann, T. ; Fischer, M.

Many professional cluster systems consist of nodes with different hardware configurations. Such heterogeneous environments require different load-balancing techniques than homogenous environments. The c-load-collision-protocol is able to achieve good results for data-management purposes. Using this protocol, we propose a way for load-balancing in interactive rendering environments. For this work, we implemented a parallel rendering system and took different picking strategies into account to compare the results. The advantage of our approach compared to other approaches is that we group the available nodes of a cluster into two different categories, based on the hardware abilities. Some nodes are used solely for rendering, while others serve as secondary storage and to assist the former ones by performing auxiliary calculations.

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Networking, Architecture and Storage (NAS), 2010 IEEE Fifth International Conference on

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15-17 July 2010

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