hpcwld: High Performance Cluster Models Based on Kiefer-Wolfowitz Recursion

Probabilistic models describing the behavior of workload and queue on a High Performance Cluster and computing GRID under FIFO service discipline basing on modified Kiefer-Wolfowitz recursion. Also sample data for inter-arrival times, service times, number of cores per task and waiting times of HPC of Karelian Research Centre are included, measurements took place from 06/03/2009 to 02/30/2011. Functions provided to import/export workload traces in Standard Workload Format (swf). Stability condition of the model may be verified either exactly, or approximately.

AuthorAlexander Rumyantsev [aut, cre]
Date of publication2016-07-15 20:17:22
MaintainerAlexander Rumyantsev <ar0@sampo.ru>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)

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