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Proceedings of the 2005, American Control Conference, 2005.
Load balancing is a widely used technique to optimizing distributed computing system performance. System response delays are reduced by equalizing the loads, such as adjusting memory pool sizes to balance disk access demands in a database management system. In this paper we formulate load balancing as a constrained optimization problem and investigate two load balancing controllers based on feedback control theory and optimization theory. We show the difference and equivalence between theirdoi:10.1109/acc.2005.1470175 fatcat:3eqrcfli2bfe7erap2r6yxh63i