Exhaustive Assembly of Framework Requirements Necessary to Practically Deploy the Greediness Alignment Algorithm (GAA)

State: completed by Beat Kuster

This master thesis shall develop a framework for application areas in shared computing infrastructures for (multi-resource) allocation mechanisms. These application areas are identified by “multi-resources unfairness” and have to be analyzed, classified and compared with respect to different characteristics. Subsequently, technical possibilities and constraints to enforce targeted resource allocation, i.e., apply allocation mechanisms, have to be evaluated. In particular, these investigations shall aid the theoretical development of the GAA algorithm performed at the CSG. Finally, one technology platform has to be chosen based on the foregoing findings, to prototypically implement the GAA.

Final Report

70% Documentation, 30% Implementation

Supervisors: Dr. Thomas Bocek, Patrick Poullie

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