Offline and online disk scheduling problems

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2006
Aşan, N. Evren
This thesis considers the disk scheduling problem. The problem is investigated in two types of settings: offline and online. We first adopt the traveling salesman problem with time windows in the scheduling literature for solving the offline problem. Then we develop a decision epoch scheme in which offline problems are iteratively used in solving the online problem. We perform an experimental study for our approach and two well-known disk scheduling algorithms, and compare them according to several performance criteria.

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N. E. Aşan, “Offline and online disk scheduling problems,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.