A MODEL BASED PREDICTION ON LOAD BALANCING USING MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHMS
1Vidyullatha P, Nikhat Parveen, U.Vishnu Priya, M Venkatesh, MVBT Santhi
The Parallel and distributed systems focus on the concept of load balancing. A tangle is split into a hard and fast number of processors that are to be executed in parallel. However, there may be a state that some processors will complete their tasks before other process and reach idle state as the work is unevenly divided or perhaps some processors complete before the others. Ideally, we like all the processors to have the minimum wait time. Achieving the above goal by spreading the tasks is eventually named as load balancing. In the paper, we stress on clustering techniques. The basis of the join-idlequeue algorithm is seen by using clustering. The technique of load balancing uses Support Vector Machine (SVM) and clustering techniques (K-means, Hierarchical). A comparative study of the above techniques is done by means of load balancing.
Load balancing, performance, clustering, stability, network, parameters, SVM