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Optimizing the Latency of Streaming Applications under Throughput and Reliability Constraints

Abstract : In this paper, we deal with the problem of scheduling streaming applications on unreliable heterogeneous platforms. We use the realistic one-port model with full computation/communication overlap. We deal with three optimization objectives. The first two, latency and throughput, are performance-related while the third, tolerating a given number of processor failures, is reliability-oriented. The major contribution of this paper is the design of a new scheduling algorithm to minimize latency under both throughput and reliability constraints. We provide a comprehensive set of experimental results, that fully demonstrate the usefulness of the proposed algorithm.
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Submitted on : Monday, April 20, 2009 - 4:00:07 PM
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Anne Benoit, Mourad Hakem, Yves Robert. Optimizing the Latency of Streaming Applications under Throughput and Reliability Constraints. 2009. ⟨ensl-00376968⟩

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