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Grid Computing and CBR Deployment: Monitoring Principles for a Suitable Engagement

  • Luis F. CastilloEmail author
  • Gustavo Isaza
  • Manuel Glez Bedia
  • Miguel Aguilera
  • Juan David Correa
Part of the Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing book series (AINSC, volume 151)

Abstract

This paper presents a mathematical technique for modeling the generation of Grid-solutions employing a Case based reasoning system (CBR). Roughly speaking, an intelligent system that tries to be adapted to highly dynamic environment needs an efficient integration of high-level processes (deliberative and time-costly) within low-level (reactive, faster but poorer in quality) processes. The most relevant aspect of our current approach is that, unexpectedly, the performance of the CBR-system do not get worse any time that it retrieves worse cases in situations even when it has enough time to generate better solutions. We concentrate on formal aspects of the proposed Grid-CBR system without establishing which should be the most adequate procedure in a subsequent implementation stage. The advantage of the presented scheme is that it does not depend on neither the particular problem nor a concrete environment. It consists in a formal approach that only requires, on one hand, local information about the averaged-time spent by the system in obtaining a solution and, on the other hand, an estimation about their temporal restrictions. The potential use of industry standard technologies to implement such a Grid-enabled CBR system is discussed here too.

Keywords

Case base reasoning Grid computing Artificial Intelligence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Luis F. Castillo
    • 1
    • 2
    Email author
  • Gustavo Isaza
    • 2
  • Manuel Glez Bedia
    • 3
  • Miguel Aguilera
    • 3
  • Juan David Correa
    • 4
  1. 1.Industrial Engineering Dpt.Universidad Nacional de ColombiaBogotáColombia
  2. 2.Computer Science and Systems Engineering Dpt.Universidad de CaldasManizalesColombia
  3. 3.Computer Science DptUniversidad de ZaragozaSaragossaSpain
  4. 4.Systems EngineeringUniversidad Autónoma de ManizalesManizalesColombia

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