LBSim: A BSP Model Load Balancing Simulator
F.Haron, and J.R. Davy, (2004) LBSim: A BSP Model Load Balancing Simulator. In: Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Informatics and Research on Women in ICT (RWICT) 2004, 28 - 30 July 2004 , Putra World Trade Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia .
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Universiti Sains Malaysia, chool of Computer Sciences
University of Leeds, School of Computer Studies
This paper describes the design, implementation and validation of a load balancing simulator, LBSim. for the purpose of studying adaptive dynamic load balancing algorithms for parallel tree computation. The simulator permits a range of processor topologies, parameterizes the performance of the underlying network which includes two different network performance models, and allows a wide range of simulated tree-structured workloads, parameterized by depth, fan-out, node granularity and imbalance. It was extensively validated in relation to the performance of two dynamic load balancing algorithm, namely Generalised Dimension Exchange(GDEM) and Load Server(LDSV) algorithms, on a 512-processor Cray T3D
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|Keywords:||Dynamic Load Balancing, Parallel Tree Computation, Simulator
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