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Hong-Keu Jo, Ji-Cheol Im, Dong-Seong Kim, "Migration Minimization Scheme for Virtualization-based Naval Combat Cluster", The Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology(KIMST, 2018)
By : Hong-Keu
Date : 2019-03-27
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The paper[(Title: Migration Minimization Scheme for Virtualization-based Naval Combat Cluster / Authors: Hong-Keu Jo, Ji-Cheol Im, Dong-Seong Kim(Kumoh National Institute of Technology)]submitted to the conference was determined to be "not published" as a result of your examination.



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TITLE: Migration Minimization Scheme for Virtualization-based Naval Combat Cluster
AUTHORS: Hong-Keu Jo, Ji-Cheol Im, Dong-Seong Kim

Overall evaluation: Post-corrected publication

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- Abstracts need to correct.
- I understand your intention migration minimization scheme, but it's unclear whether you want to reduce the size or number of migrations.
- proposes the load prediction scheme by defining overload probability based on
computing resources-> need to contents.


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TITLE: Migration Minimization Scheme for Virtualization-based Naval Combat Cluster
AUTHORS: Hong-Keu Jo, Ji-Cheol Im, Dong-Seong Kim

Overall evaluation: Re-examination after modification

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- This study is considered a timely issue because various systems are being virtualized/clustered. However, since the method of migration described in this paper is not clearly described and many of the papers are devoted to developing intuitive parameters, it is necessary to reconstruct the whole paper and redefine it to the core.
- Some expressions are Korean, but others are difficult to interpret
- Two algorithms are proposed but need to be organized more systematically


----------------------- REVIEW 3 ---------------------

TITLE: Migration Minimization Scheme for Virtualization-based Naval Combat Cluster
AUTHORS: Hong-Keu Jo, Ji-Cheol Im, Dong-Seong Kim

Overall evaluation: Unable to publish

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- Until we derive the algorithm presented in this paper, Various mathematical expressions are unnecessary or not logically validated
- Failure to clearly represent average resource usage, one of the main contents of the proposed algorithm
- The techniques used to predict resources are generally not considered valid because they require specific statistical assumptions.