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MultiConstraint Job Scheduling by Clustering Scheme of Fuzzy Neural Network
RueyMaw CHEN YuehMin HUANG
Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems
Vol.E84D
No.3
pp.384393 Publication Date: 2001/03/01 Online ISSN:
DOI: Print ISSN: 09168532 Type of Manuscript: PAPER Category: Biocybernetics, Neurocomputing Keyword: scheduling, fuzzy cmeans clustering, Hopfield neural network, fuzzy Hopfield neural network,
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Summary:
Most scheduling applications have been classified into NPcomplete problems. This fact implies that an optimal solution for a large scheduling problem is extremely timeconsuming. A number of schemes are introduced to solve NPcomplete scheduling applications, such as linear programming, neural network, and fuzzy logic. In this paper, we demonstrate a new approach, fuzzy Hopfield neural network, to solve the scheduling problems. This fuzzy Hopfield neural network approach integrates fuzzy cmeans clustering strategies into a Hopfield neural network. In this investigation, we utilizes this new approach to demonstrate the feasibility of resolving a multiprocessor scheduling problem with no process migration, limited resources and constrained times (execution time and deadline). In the approach, the process and processor of the scheduling problem can be regarded as a data sample and a cluster, respectively. Then, an appropriate Lyapunov energy function is derived correspondingly. The scheduling results can be obtained using a fuzzy Hopfield neural network clustering technique by iteratively updating fuzzy state until the energy function gets minimized. To validate our approach, three scheduling cases for different initial neuron states as well as fuzzification parameters are taken as testbed. Simulation results reveal that imposing the fuzzy Hopfield neural network on the proposed energy function provides a sound approach in solving this class of scheduling problems.

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