Uneven load distribution, Computer Networking

Uneven Load Distribution

In the parallel computer, the problem is dividing into sub-problems and is assigned for computation to various processors. But sometimes the sub-problems are not spread in a fair manner to various sets of processors which causes imbalance of load among various processors. This event principle degradation of overall performance of parallel computers.

 

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