Radar data processing using a distributed computational system
Mota, Gilberto Ferreira
Nelson, Michael L.
Kodres, Uno R.
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This research specifies and validates a new concurrent decomposition scheme, called Confined Space Search Decomposition (CSSD), to exploit parallelism of Radar Data Processing algorithms using a Distributed Computational System. To formalize the specification we propose and apply an object-oriented methodology called Decomposition Cost Evaluation Model (DCEM). To reduce the penalties of load imbalance we propose a distributed dynamic load balance heuristic called Object Reincarnation (OR). To validate the research we first compare our decomposition with an identified alternative using the proposed DCEM model and then develop a theoretical prediction of selected parameters. We also develop a simulation to check the Object Reincarnation concept.
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