Discussion on the Parallelism and Classification of Cloud Computing Tasks



Cloud computing basic platform can propose different requirements for storage and computation in face of different users during its operation. Whether multiple nodes are adapted to store and process one problem at the same time has to take the characteristics of parallelism of the task into consideration. The parallelism of serial program has not been found a universal model to resolute automatically up to date. For one computational process, loop structure is not only the one that appears most frequent in program design, but one structure that occupies system computation resource mainly, therefore, doing research on the problem of parallelism of loop program is one most import aspect. The article studies the correlation between computational data and data partitioning method when executing computation. From the perspective whether the task can be processed in parallel, cloud computing tasks are classified.

Key words: Cloud Computing; Parallelism; Dependency Analysis; Loop Structure


Cloud Computing; Parallelism; Dependency Analysis; Loop Structure

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20120601.2333


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