An Exceedingly Efficient, Enhanced And Cost-Effective Task Scheduling Algorithm For Complex Layered Factual Systems

  • Shantanu Lohi*, Dr. Nandita Tiwari


Task scheduling algorithms vary in a large range of input and output parameters. These parameters include but are not limited to, task type, task size, method of scheduling, pre-processing of tasks, storage systems, etc. The ability to successfully execute task scheduling for any computing system is a performance measurement in any multi-processing environment, such as working of cloud or continuous scheduling and much more. Due to the availability of a large variety of algorithms, the researchers find it difficult to select a particular algorithm while designing their own task scheduling system. To ease that issue, in this paper, we have compared different task scheduling algorithms on different storage systems, and evaluated their performance in order to find out the most optimum algorithm for a given scheduling problem.Over the years, for many cloud deployments, cost-effective resource scheduling (CERS) algorithms and dynamic and integrated resource scheduling (DAIRS) algorithms were commonly used. This paper also suggests some recommendations to improve the overall task scheduling capabilities of the system. Moreover, a statistical comparison is also done so that researchers can evaluate the best possible solution for their system while selecting a task scheduler.Through this paper, we try to put forward a detail evaluation of our algorithm based on machine learning (ML) paradigm, Task scheduling process Improved Novel Algorithm.Our proposed algorithm provides a reasonable enhancement by using a standardized dataset and results would be correlations with the amount of computer effort, timing and reaction to complex tasks, which may also include the ongoing world pandemic tasks.