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2007 IEEE International Conference on Granular Computing (GRC 2007)
An Extension-Based Dynamic Load Balancing Model of Heterogeneous Server Cluster
San Jose, California
November 02-November 04
ISBN: 0-7695-3032-X
Load balancing is a classical problem and a research hotspot of web intelligence. DNS load balancing is the pioneer load balancing technology. But the existing DNS dynamic load balancing strategies have shortages. This paper puts forward a new load balancing method, which is to connect extension theory with load balancing. Extension engineering method is initially proposed by Prof. Cai Wen. It has been successfully used in various applications. In this paper, we use the operation of matter-element theory, extension set, and dependent function in extension theory as well as the membership degree of fuzzy math to set up an extension-based dynamic load balancing model of heterogeneous server cluster. It is proved by experiment that the load balancing strategy is more effective, dynamic, steady- going and in real time by using this new model. Keywords: Load balancing, DNS, extension theory, fuzzy math
Citation:
Xiayu Zhang, Yongquan Yu, Baixing Chen, Feng Ye, Tan Xingxing, "An Extension-Based Dynamic Load Balancing Model of Heterogeneous Server Cluster," grc, pp.675, 2007 IEEE International Conference on Granular Computing (GRC 2007), 2007
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