%T Strategies for workload distribution
%A Iain Phillips, Peter C. Capon
%E Janet Edwards
%B Proceedings of WoTUG\-14: Occam and the Transputer\-Current Developments
%X If large distributed systems, such as transputer networks,
are to be exploited fully, effective workload distribution
strategies are required. For such systems to be successfully
scalable, decision making in such strategies will need to be
both dynamic and distributed. The choice of strategy depends
on many factors, including the size and topology of the
network together with the nature of the application. The
success of any particular strategy is measured by comparing
the time taken to execute the application on many processors
with the time taken on few processors.
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