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The primary objective of this thesis is to evaluate how grid computing works with their infrastructure. It also provides study to recognize the cases in which dynamic scheduler is preferable, how can the static recovery schemes play an effective role in large
distributed system where load balancing is a key element and how can we get optimality in maximum number of crash computers using dynamic or static recovery schemes.
This thesis consists of two parts: construction of Golomb and Trapezium modules, and performance comparison of Golomb and Trapezium recovery schemes with dynamic recovery scheme.
In the first part we construct two modules that generate the recovery list of n computers, one for Golomb and one for Trapezium. In second part we make three schedulers, two for static recovery
scheme and one for dynamic recovery scheme. In static recovery scheme we compare the performance of Golomb and Trapezium recovery scheme then we compare this performance with dynamic recovery scheme by using GridSim.