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6. A random graph with “communication structures” following a spanning tree, and 4 colors (300 vertices, 602 edges). p j=1 card(Vj (t)) p card(Vi (t)) i=1,i=j n(n − 1) The second graph whose r1 and r2 evolution is shown on Figure 8 is almost the same, but we introduced, as for random graphs, a communication structure under the form of weights following a spanning tree in the graph. The graph therefore contains high weights and low weights with a large interval between the two. The r1 criterion is better than for the ﬁrst graph.
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However, both objectives are contradictory and good performances may be achieved if and only if a good trade oﬀ is found. Our method for ﬁnding such a trade oﬀ leans on a bio-inspired method. We use competitive colonies of numerical ants, each one depositing colored pheromones, to ﬁnd organizations of highly communicating entities. Key words: complex systems, self-organization, artiﬁcial ants, dynamic graph, community structures, dynamic load balancing 1 Introduction We present a new heuristic for the dynamic load balancing problem, when both the application and the computing environment change during the execution.