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For many applications, computation load varies over time. Such applications require dynamic load balancing to improve performance. Centralized load balancing schemes, which perform the load balancing decisions at a central location, are not scalable. In contrast, fully distributed strategies are scalable but typically do not produce a balanced work distribution as they tend to consider only local information. This paper describes a fully distributed algorithm for load balancing that usesdoi:10.1145/2503210.2503284 dblp:conf/sc/MenonK13 fatcat:uurwcwv5frd3zordofyz7ej7dy