A particle swarm optimization inspired global and local stability driven predictive load balancing strategy

Niladri Sekhar Dey, Hrushi Kesava Raju Sangaraju


In distributed systems and parallel computing, optimal load balancing is difficult. These abstract addresses load balancing in distributed situations, highlighting current solutions' flaws and emphasizing the need for new ones. Load balancing research includes centralized and distributed algorithms, heuristics, and predictive models. Despite various successful methods, workload adaptability, overhead reduction, and scaling to large systems remain unresolved. This study proposes a particle swarm optimization (PSO) load balancing method that considers global and local stability considerations. The proposed method uses PSO principles to balance exploration and exploitation and allocate resources among distributed nodes. Predictive components improve preventative load management by predicting workload changes. Global and local load balancing stability criteria distinguish this study. The recommended method considers global system-wide performance indicators, local node-level characteristics, and micro-level stability to maximize system efficiency. A dual-focus technique distinguishes the proposed load balancing strategy from others, solving dynamic distributed system challenges. The study examines load balancing system advances and suggests improvements and further research. More accurate prediction modeling, stability measures, and application-specific enhancements may be studied in the future. Experimental validation and real-world implementation of the recommended approach are necessary to determine its practicality and ability to handle modern distributed computing systems.


Cloud-based load balancing; Particle swarm optimization; Resource utilization analysis; Service level agreements; Space-time swarm positioning; Time complexity reduction

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v35.i3.pp1688-1701


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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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