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In Computational intelligence and neuroscience

To realize load balancing of cloud computing platforms in big data processing, the method of finding the optimal load balancing physical host in the algorithm cycle is adopted at present. This optimal load balancing strategy that overly focuses on the current deployment problem has certain limitations. It will make the system less efficient and the user's waiting time unnecessarily prolonged. This paper proposes a task assignment method for long-term resource load balancing of cloud platforms based on artificial intelligence and big data (TABAI). The maximum posterior probability for each physical host is calculated using Bayesian theory. Euler's formula is used to calculate the similarity between the host with the largest posterior probability and other hosts as a threshold. The hosts are classified according to the threshold to determine the optimal cluster and then form the final set of candidate physical hosts. It improves the resource utilization and external service capability of the cloud platform by combining cluster analysis with Bayes' theorem to achieve global load balancing in the time dimension. The experimental results show that: TABAI has a smaller processing time than the traditional load balancing multi-task assignment method. When the time is >600 s, the standard deviation of TABAI decreases to a greater extent, and it has stronger external service capabilities.

Zhang Yongchang, Geng Panpan