# EFFICIENCY ESTIMATION OF PARALLEL ALGORITHM OF ENHANCED HISTORICAL DATA INTEGRATION ON COMPUTATIONAL GRID

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https://doi.org/10.47839/ijc.4.3.357## Keywords:

Sensor drift, integration historical data, neural networks, coarse-grain parallel algorithm, dynamic mapping, computational grids## Abstract

The main feature of neural network using for accuracy improvement of physical quantities (for example, temperature, humidity, pressure etc.) measurement by data acquisition systems is insufficient volume of input data for predicting neural network training at an initial exploitation period of sensors. The authors have proposed the technique of data volume increasing for predicting neural network training using integration of historical data method. In this paper we have proposed enhanced integration historical data method with its simulation results on mathematical models of sensor drift using single-layer and multi-layer perceptrons. We also considered a parallelization technique of enhanced integration historical data method in order to decrease its working time. A modified coarse-grain parallel algorithm with dynamic mapping on processors of parallel computing system using neural network training time as mapping criterion is considered. Fulfilled experiments have showed that modified parallel algorithm is more efficient than basic parallel algorithm with dynamic mapping, which does not use any mapping criterion.## References

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