Automatic Mapping Tasks to Cores - Evaluating AMTHA Algorithm in Multicore Architectures

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Executive Summary

A cluster is a parallel processing system formed by a set of PCs interconnected over some kind of network and that cooperate as if they were an "Only and integrated" resource, regardless of the physical distribution of its components. When two or more clusters are connected over a LAN or WAN network, the authors are in the presence of a multicluster. The hardware and operating system of the participating machines may be different; each machine may even be a "Multiprocessor", as is the case in multicore architectures that are so relevant nowadays. Multicore processors include several processing elements within an integrated circuit.

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