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Work Stealing Simulator

by   Mohammed Khatiri, et al.

We present in this paper a Work Stealing lightweight PYTHON simulator. Our simulator is used to execute an application (list of tasks with or without dependencies), on a multiple processors platform linked by specific topology. We first give an overview of the different variants of the work stealing algorithm, then we present the architecture of our light Work Stealing simulator. Its architecture facilitates the development of other types of applications and other topologies for interconnecting the processors. We present the use cases of the simulator and the different types of results.


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