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To calculate the total application cost in the cloud, we define some important attributes for the data sets in DDG. For data set di, its attributes are denoted as hxi, yi, fi, vi, provSeti, CostRii, where ● ● ● ● ● 1 xi denotes the generation cost of data set di from its direct predecessors. To calculate this generation cost, we have to multiply the time of generating data set di by the price of computation resources. Normally, the generation time can be obtained from the system logs. e. storage cost rate).
07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 2 Pseudo-code of linear CTT-SP algorithm for benchmarking. shows the pseudo-code of the linear CTT-SP algorithm. To construct the CTT, we first create the cost edges (lines 1À3), and then calculate their weights (lines 4À11). Next, we use the Dijkstra algorithm to find the SP (line 12) and return the MCSS and the minimum cost benchmark (lines 13À15). 2, we can clearly see that for a linear DDG with n data sets, we have to add a magnitude of n2 edges to construct the CTT (line 3 with two nested loops in lines 1À2), and for the longest edge, the time complexity of calculating its weight is also O(n2) (lines 5À11 with two nested loops), so a total of O(n4).
Our work aims at minimising this cost rate so that we can help both service providers and users to reduce the application cost in the cloud. e. original data and generated data, and further point out that our research only focuses on the generated data. Then we describe the concept of DDG, which is very important for data set storage in the cloud. Finally, we present the cost model of data set storage based on DDG, where the total application cost is the sum of the computation cost for regenerating data sets and the storage cost for storing data sets.