DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER BASED. RESOURCE ALLOCATION SYSTEM IN A DYNAMIC VARIABLE RESOURCE UTILIZATION ENVIRONMENT (CASE STUDY CYBERAFE)

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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER BASED. RESOURCE ALLOCATION SYSTEM IN A DYNAMIC /VARIABLE RESOURCE UTILIZATION ENVIRONMENT
(CASE STUDY: CYBERAFE)
 ABSTRACT

As computational recourse become for use over the internet, a requirement has emerged to configure reviewers to an optional allration to cope with an unpredictable flow of incoming jobs this project describes all architecture that allows the dynamic reconfiguration of severs to process incoming jobs by switching severs between concept . the system makes use o heuristic to make close to optional switching decisions.  Decisions.  A prototype system which holds on existing resource management software had been developed to demonstrate some of the concept which are describe.               
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
 CHAPTER ONE
1.0     INTRODUCTION
1.1     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.2     PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.3     AIMS AND STUDY
1.4     SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.5     LIMITATIONS
1.6     ASSUMPTIONS
1.7     DEFINITION OF TERMS
CHAPTER TWO
2.0     LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1     INTERNET SERVICES
2.1.1           W.W.W.
2.1.2           E. COMMERCE
2.1.3           ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER
2.2              INTERNET ACCESS SATELLITE MODEM
2.3              DOMAN NAME SYSTEM (DNS)
2.4              TIMER SERVER
2.5              ROWERS
2.6              FIREWALLS
2.7              DYNAMIC HOST CONFIQURA PROTOCOL
 CHAPTER THREE                  
3.0     DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS
3.1     FAT FINDING METHODS USED
3.2     ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
3.3     OBJECTIVE OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.4     INPUT, PROCESS AND OUTPUT ANALYSIS
3.5     PROBLEM OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.7     JUSTIFICATION OF HEURISTIC (SYSTEM)
CHAPTER FOUR
DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM
4.1     OUTPUT SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN
4.2     INPUT SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN
4.3     FILE DESIGN
4.4     PROCEDURE CHART
4.5     SYSTEM FLOWCHART
4.6     SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
 CHAPTER FIVE
IMPLEMENTATION
5.1        PROGRAM DESIGN
5.2        PROGRAM FLOWCHART
5.3        SOURCE PROGRAM
5.4        TEST RUN
CHAPTER SIX
DOCUMENTATION
6.1          SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
6.2          INSTALLATION
 CHAPTER ONE
1.0     INTRODUCTION
There have been considerable activity recently aimed at developing a computing grid – which can be defined as a distributed system on an internet scale that supports collaboration, data sharing, resource sharing across disparate domains and platforms
1.       To enable the submission of jobs to remote sites in a transparent fashion, technologies such as generic dyterm of describing John and defining service level agreements, relating issues such as security, poyomance and quality of service.
2        A resource management system offers facilities that collectively allow users to run John on the pool of computational resources it manages. The pool may be made up of donated resources not being used by their owners at a given time, on resources allocated to the poll on a full-time basis. The lay out of more resource management system (RMS) the involves a central manager that monitors the state of all the machines  in its pool allocates submitted Jobs to resources using scheduling algonthins and holds gueves of Jobs. Other resource management depture  include job prioritizationlocal resource configuration and accounting. The scheduling facility elects the most suitable computational resource description obtained from the pool individual job requirements. A resource management system (RMS) may be used to run jobs submitted by users in a local domain or jobs submitted by user from remote sites working in a dynamic environment.
Here in this project allocation of service to pool in fixed, changes in demand may cause some quewes to become very long, while other servers remain underutilized. This is clearly inefficient it in desirable to develop a policy whereby  servers may be re-allocated from one type of service to another
 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
Cyber café in Nigeria would have been experiencing difficulties the operation and maintenance of resource utilities. The adverse effect on clients or customer and the staff management of the company would work hander to maintain each of these resources and also attend to each different client in other to meet their various needs to ensure that clients and customers are satisfied.
Therefore the introduction of a computer based resource allocation  system in a dynamic resources utilization environment has been of help to cope with the number of clients or customer that would work with this materials to ensure that each of the hardware resource we properly shaved
 PURPOSE OF STUDY
The work is designed to enable the user to practically participate and use a resource allocate system to enable the management of the café to so we these problem it encounters during the allocation of its resources.
A computerized cyber café, can destitute its various resources to  all the clients of workgroup in the cyber cafe  efficient in its allocation by making sever that the hardware that needs the resources most user it.
 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The main aim of this study is to design a computer based resource allocation system in a dynamic resource utilization environment
Another objectives of the study is to design a computer based system that will ensure that cyber café  get their resources well allocated. It needs an appropriate percentage suitable fro them without any delay,
 Another objective of the study is to design a computer based system to enable cyber café work dynamically in reler to allocate its various resources to punler, work groups etc.  
 SCOPE OF STUDY
This project work of resource allocation system in a dynamic resource utilization environment is centered on the cyber cafes lie. Allocation of resource to different sections or hardware in the café  
 

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