Sistem Pengimbangan Beban Statik Dalam Sistem Teragih Berdasarkan Algoritma Teori Graf

AI TING, SOM NYEENG (2004) Sistem Pengimbangan Beban Statik Dalam Sistem Teragih Berdasarkan Algoritma Teori Graf. Other thesis, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.


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A distributed system consist a few computers which is connected in a Local Area Network (LAN). All the computers in network will share the resources when processing. With this, it can minimize response time and will be able to increase throughput. The problem which occurs in a shared resources system is the load of work that received by each processor is varies. This will cause an unbalanced situation in the system. There are three kinds of unbalanced situation which are heavily load, lightly load and idle. Based on this facts, the Static, load Balancing System In Distributed System Based On Graph Theoritic Algorithm is developed. The purpose of this system is to balance to workload distributed system. The methodology that is used to develop this system is the prototype methodology using the object oriented approach. The prototypes for the system only do the connection, static load balancing and file transferring. This system doesn't concern the factor or constraint of cost and time. This system will be able to distribute task to all the processors in the system equally using the static balancing technique. Average value and mincut methods are using to balance the load. An early estimation for the number of load can speed up and ease the task processing. System is easy to manage because the numbers of clients are fixed- This system uses the client-server communication model. Ethernet in LAN and four computers are used to develop the system. One of the computers will act as the server or cenhai controller. The target is that it is able to show that balanced task distribution occurs in the system. Finally, this system will function and will be able to balance the loads in a distributed system environment. Every client will get the balance numbers of loads.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science and Information System > Computer Systems and Communication
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email
Date Deposited: 04 Jul 2013 07:16
Last Modified: 04 Jul 2013 07:16

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