dynamic partitioning

dynamic partitioning

In a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system, the ability to reassign processors, memory and I/O to specific applications on the fly without shutting down the machine. The reassignment can be done by the operator or automatically from a script that monitors conditions such as time of day or when the traffic to one application becomes excessive.
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The result in (a) is achieved by fixed clustering in Cloud-RAN, the result in (b) is achieved by the KLA dynamic partitioning. Different colors are used for TPs and users in different VTP set.
Addressing this problem, DVP aims to balance the workload distribution among multiple threads via dynamic partitioning. As exemplified in Figure 2, the (vertical) partition size of each workload is dynamically chosen based on the number of rows to be processed.
The procedure of the dynamic partitioning scheme is described in detail in the following paragraphs.
Adaptive Random Testing Through Dynamic Partitioning, Proc.
* Dynamic Partitioning: A central coordinator divides the Web into partitions according to a specific partitioning function.
To complement the latest operating systems, the PRIMEQUEST 540A and PRIMEQUEST 580A models now include dynamic partitioning, making it possible to dynamically change hardware configurations that support partitioning.
Other subjects explored include parallel simulation of hybrid network traffic models, a federated simulation environment for hybrid systems, a flexible dynamic partitioning algorithm for optimistic distributed simulation, and a GPU-accelerated evaluation platform for high fidelity network modeling.
Dynamic partitioning of computation -- Diamond evaluates a subset of the filters at the storage system and the remainder on the host machine.
For many other applications, a dynamic partitioning of the work is necessary because the execution times of the work components inherently change as the application progresses, or the effective speeds of the processors vary due to unpredictable system induced effects.
Baden, Dynamic partitioning of non-uniform structured workloads with spacefilling curves, IEEE Trans.
The company also unveiled at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo today the first-ever dynamic partitioning capability on Linux for Intel-based servers.
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