Volume 19, Issue 5, September 2016
Submission: 15 August 2016
Notification: 18 August 2016
Revision: 20 August 2016
Publication: 01 September 2016
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The cloud computing is the development of distributed computing, parallel computing and grid computing, or defined as the commercial implementation of these computer science concepts. Task scheduling plays a key role in cloud computing systems. Scheduling of tasks cannot be done on the basis of single criteria but under a lot of rules and regulations that we can term as an agreement between users and providers of cloud. This agreement is nothing but the quality of service that the user wants from the providers. Providing good quality of services to the users according to the agreement is a decisive task for the providers as at the same time there are a large number of tasks running at the provider’s side.
The task scheduling problem can be viewed as the finding or searching an optimal mapping/assignment of set of subtasks of different tasks over the available set of resources (processors/computer machines) so that we can achieve the desired goals for tasks. One of the fundamental issues in this environment is related to task scheduling. Cloud task scheduling is an NP-hard optimization problem, and many meta-heuristic algorithms have been proposed to solve it. A good task scheduler should adapt its scheduling strategy to the changing environment and the types of tasks.In this paper we mainly categorize various types of task scheduling approaches and divide the algorithms based on each category.
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Women are playing a vital role in the economic and social development of the nations all over the world. Working women have a whole set of problems involving both family and professional lives. Women have to play their role as a wife, a mother and an earner. They have to manage their career while maintaining traditional roles. That means for working women it is two sets of overlapping responsibilities. Therefore, in addition to their traditional roles, professional roles seem to be one of the major sources of stress that working women have to face. This review of literature gives information about working women stress, factors in the working environment that cause stressful situations among working women.
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The study aims to empirically investigate, the impact of Intellectual capital (IC) on financial aspects of the organizational performance and on market capitalization. The study also aims to develop a descriptive framework of the components of the IC. Using the components of the intellectual capital as parameters, the contents of the annual reports of a sample of 50 companies from BSE100 companies are analyzed over a three-year period from 2008-2009. Regression models are used to examine the relationship between components of IC and the selected financial parameters. The study analyses whether there is any conclusive evidence to support a definitive association between IC and financial performance of the sample companies. The data is further analyzed to establish association of reporting norms and its impact on financial performance over a cross section of industries for disparity in reporting. The study is for the period before new IFRS /accounting standards is implemented in India. However certain companies in the sample have voluntarily started adopting the new IFRS norms. The study is restricted to examining the impact of increased IC related disclosures on the firm’s performance. The study will provide a new dimension to evaluate the performance of the firms for the stakeholders. This study is relevant in the current times when the disclosure norms are on the verge of a major change. The overall disclosure norms in India have been relatively low. The study explores the areas of IC disclosure that can be useful and provide relevant information to the users of the annual reports.
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