Book 2008

Grid Computing

Achievements and Prospects


ISBN: 978-0-387-09456-4 (Print) 978-0-387-09457-1 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-12

    Query Processing Over The Grid: The Role Of Workflow Management

  3. Chapter

    Pages 13-24

    From Orc Models To Distributed Grid Java Code

  4. Chapter

    Pages 25-36

    Using Cliques Of Nodes To Store Desktop Grid Checkpoints

  5. Chapter

    Pages 37-48

    EDGeS: The Common Boundary Between Service And Desktop Grids

  6. Chapter

    Pages 49-60

    P2P-based Job Assignment For Public Resource Computing

  7. Chapter

    Pages 61-72

    Estimating The Size Of Peer-To-Peer Networks Using Lambert's W Function

  8. Chapter

    Pages 73-84

    Comparative Evaluation Of The Robustness Of DAG Scheduling Heuristics

  9. Chapter

    Pages 85-96

    Prototype Implementation Of A Demand Driven Network Monitoring Architecture

  10. Chapter

    Pages 97-108

    A Scalable Architecture For Discovery And Planning In P2P Service Networks

  11. Chapter

    Pages 109-120

    Performance Visualization Of Grid Applications Based On OCM-G And Paraver

  12. Chapter

    Pages 121-132

    Analysing Orchestrations Using Risk Profiles And Angel-Daemon Games

  13. Chapter

    Pages 133-145

    Towards Coordinated Data Management For High-Performance Distributed Multimedia Content Analysis

  14. Chapter

    Pages 147-158

    Towards A Standards-Based Grid Scheduling Architecture

  15. Chapter

    Pages 159-171

    Dynamic Service-Based Integration Of Mobile Clusters In Grids

  16. Chapter

    Pages 173-184

    Comparison Of Multi-Criteria Scheduling Techniques

  17. Chapter

    Pages 185-196

    Comparison Of Centralized And Decentralized Scheduling Algorithms Using GSSIM Simulation Environment

  18. Chapter

    Pages 197-208

    A Data-Centric Security Analysis Of ICGrid

  19. Chapter

    Pages 209-224

    A Framework For Resource Availability Characterization And Online Prediction In The Grids

  20. Chapter

    Pages 225-236

    A Grid Environment For Real-Time Multiplayer Online Games

  21. Chapter

    Pages 237-248

    IANOS: An Intelligent Application Oriented Scheduling Framework For An HPCN Grid

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