research-edited1.jpgThe Lightweight, Parameterized Adaptive Systems Architecture (LPASA) for Big Data

Big data, complex data that in essence refers to big complexity, represents an opportunity for innovation and productivity. In the era of Big Data, speed and accuracy matter. Those who can harness the speed and accuracy that Big Data can offer will be the leading innovators. The ability to quickly dissect complex data and extract knowledge from it is not only a key to innovation but also a major contributor to productivity.Read More…


research-edited1.jpg Modeling and Evaluation of SWAP Scheduling Policy Under Varying Job Size Distributions

Size-based scheduling policies have been shown to be effective resource allocation policies in computing and networked environments. One of the recently proposed size-based scheduling policy is called SWAP. It is a non-preemptive, threshold based policy that was proposed to approximate the Shortest Job First (SJF) policy by introducing service differentiation between short and large jobs such that short jobs are given service priority over the large jobs. Read More…