|Appears in Collections:||Computing Science and Mathematics Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Scheduling malleable tasks with interdependent processing rates: Comments and observations|
Orlin, James B
|Citation:||Burke E, Dror M & Orlin JB (2008) Scheduling malleable tasks with interdependent processing rates: Comments and observations, Discrete Applied Mathematics, 156 (5), pp. 620-626.|
|Abstract:||In this short paper, we examine the problem of scheduling malleable tasks on parallel processors. One of the main aims of the paper is to present a simple complexity interpretation for a number of results for cases with convex and concave processing speed functions. The contribution of this paper is a new unified view of results described in several recent papers. We briefly discuss the implications of our observations on this important family of scheduling problems|
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|Affiliation:||Deputy Principal's Office|
University of Arizona
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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