Grid and Cooperative Computing - GCC 2004

Third International Conference, Wuhan, China, October 21-24, 2004. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-23564-4 (Print) 978-3-540-30208-7 (Online)

Table of contents (162 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. The Grid: Beyond the Hype

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      The Grid: Beyond the Hype

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      High Performance Computing Trends, Supercomputers, Clusters and Grids

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      e-Science and Web Services Grids

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      Making Grids Real: Standards and Sociology

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      About Grid

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      Many Faces of Grid Computing

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      From Science to Enterprise – Intel’s Grid Activities

  3. Session 1: Grid Service and Web Service

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      A QoS-Enabled Services System Framework for Grid Computing

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      State Management Issues and Grid Services

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      Transactional Business Coordination and Failure Recovery for Web Services Composition

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      Using Service Taxonomy to Facilitate Efficient Decentralized Grid Service Discovery

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      QoS Analysis on Web Service Based Spatial Integration

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      Engineering Process Coordination Based on a Service Event Notification Model

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      A Fault-Tolerant Architecture for Grid System

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      A Workflow Language for Grid Services in OGSI-Based Grids

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      Membrane Calculus: A Formal Method for Grid Transactions

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      Workflow-Based Approach to Efficient Programming and Reliable Execution of Grid Applications

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      Achieving Context Sensitivity of Service-Oriented Applications with the Business-End Programming Language VINCA

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      Mapping Business Workflows onto Network Services Environments

  4. Session 2: Grid Middleware and Toolkits

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      GridDaenFS: A Virtual Distributed File System for Uniform Access Across Multi-domains

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