Zographou: World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (W S E A S)
The purpose of resource management is based on the limit resource and unknown users which retrieve the resources at any time to increase the resource exploitation rate, flexibility and availability. In this study, we propose four types of strategy including Expansion (when user loads are large and available resources are not limiting), Constraint (when user loads are large and resources are limiting), Modulation (when user loads are small and excess resources are held), and Supervision (when user loads are small and available resources are also small). The four types of strategy are abbreviated as MSCE. The MSCE strategy of resource management delivers efficient control and management of available resources, allowing for adaptations to changes in the system environment and changes in user requirements. The Monitor agent is responsible for monitoring the resource management system, controlling the rate of resource consumption while simultaneously keeping track of user loads. By employing the Monitor agent in this fashion, the system's resources have greater availability and their control becomes more flexible and efficient.
WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications 7(5), pp.651-660