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Implicit coscheduling is known to be an effective technique to improve the performance of parallel workloads in time-sharing clusters. However, implicit coscheduling still does not take into consideration the system behavior like load imbalance that severely affects cluster utilization. In this paper, we propose the use of global information to enhance the existing implicit coscheduling schemes. We also introduce a novel coscheduling approach -named PROC (Process ReOrdering-based Coscheduling)doi:10.1109/icpp.2005.45 dblp:conf/icpp/YuAKM05 fatcat:lrdohnjlu5azhpwkrkxxys2lgi