A system for planning and optimal control in computer-centre management
by S. Bennani, V. Badeva
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 4, No. 4, 1991

Abstract: This paper presents a method, and some utilities, for establishing a planning and control system for the management of a computer centre. This planning system provides the conditions for optimal use and availability of the centre's resources. The system's structure is modular and extendible. It defines modules for establishing plans. It also creates automatic modules for monitoring and routine task execution according to the plan's imperatives. It has the ability to balance the redistribution of resources. Both the originality of its conception and the ease with which it can be set up make this system applicable to a large number of engineering domains, and especially to those with complex operations that need planning and real time monitoring.

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