Computation Efficiency of Master-Slave Processors in Multitasking Applications: A Performance
Malay R., Mukerjee (1997) Computation Efficiency of Master-Slave Processors in Multitasking Applications: A Performance. Malaysian Journal of Computer Science, 10 (1). pp. 1-9. ISSN 0127-9084
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Universiti Putra Malaysia
Examines the computational efficiency of the master slave Multiple processor architectures system by considering a system consisting of a master M and p slave processors. The system performance is found by modelling it as a Markov process and a new method presented for computing the steady-state performance by dividing the state space into an interior and boundary space. The throughput of the system is then compared with that of a cost equivalent single processor using different values for the well-known Grosch parameter. It is demonstrated that the system is computationally efficient only for a sufficiently large number of jobs.
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|Keywords:||Multiprocessor systems, Closed queuing systems|
|Subjects:||Q Science, Computer Science|
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