@Article{csse.2023.026238,
AUTHOR = {Fayez AlFayez},
TITLE = {Algorithms for Pre-Compiling Programs by Parallel Compilers},
JOURNAL = {Computer Systems Science and Engineering},
VOLUME = {44},
YEAR = {2023},
NUMBER = {3},
PAGES = {2165--2176},
URL = {http://www.techscience.com/csse/v44n3/49134},
ISSN = {},
ABSTRACT = {The paper addresses the challenge of transmitting a big number of files stored in a data center (DC), encrypting them by compilers, and sending them through a network at an acceptable time. Face to the big number of files, only one compiler may not be sufficient to encrypt data in an acceptable time. In this paper, we consider the problem of several compilers and the objective is to find an algorithm that can give an efficient schedule for the given files to be compiled by the compilers. The main objective of the work is to minimize the gap in the total size of assigned files between compilers. This minimization ensures the fair distribution of files to different compilers. This problem is considered to be a very hard problem. This paper presents two research axes. The first axis is related to architecture. We propose a novel pre-compiler architecture in this context. The second axis is algorithmic development. We develop six algorithms to solve the problem, in this context. These algorithms are based on the dispatching rules method, decomposition method, and an iterative approach. These algorithms give approximate solutions for the studied problem. An experimental result is implemented to show the performance of algorithms. Several indicators are used to measure the performance of the proposed algorithms. In addition, five classes are proposed to test the algorithms with a total of 2350 instances. A comparison between the proposed algorithms is presented in different tables discussed to show the performance of each algorithm. The result showed that the best algorithm is the Iterative-mixed Smallest-Longest- Heuristic (ISL) with a percentage equal to 97.7% and an average running time equal to 0.148 s. All other algorithms did not exceed 22% as a percentage. The best algorithm excluding ISL is Iterative-mixed Longest-Smallest Heuristic (ILS) with a percentage equal to 21,4% and an average running time equal to 0.150 s.},
DOI = {10.32604/csse.2023.026238}
}