C3RI Research Seminar - A Novel Message-Exchanging Optimization Model to Reduce Energy Consumption in Distributed Systems
Speaker: Professor Nik Bessis (University of Derby)
Prof Nik Bessis is the Head of DISYS and a Professor of Computer Science at the School of Computing and Maths, University of Derby, UK. He works on data and computational model architectures and services in grids, clouds, inter-clouds and Internet of Things. He has involved in £3m worth of projects , has published over 180 works and won 3 best paper awards.
Title: A Novel Message-Exchanging Optimization (MEO) Model to Reduce Energy Consumption in Distributed Systems
The concept of optimizing energy efficiency in distributed systems has gained particular interest. Most of these efforts are focused on the core management concepts like resource discovery, scheduling and allocation without focusing on the actual communication method among system entities. In this work, we propose a model to optimize the energy efficiency of message-exchanging in distributed systems by minimizing the total number of messages when entities communicate. We consider traditional systems that encompass AllToAll methods to send messages.