An Evolutionary Hybrid Scheduling Algorithm for Computational Grids
Shajulin Benedict*, Rejitha R. S**, and V. Vasudevan*
*Software Technologies Lab, TIFAC Core in Network Engineering
**Department of Computer Engineering, Kalasalingam University
Sirivilliputhur, India- 626190
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