Achievements in European Research on Grid Systems

CoreGRID Integration Workshop 2006 (Selected Papers)

By Sergei Gorlatch , Marian Bubak , Thierry Priol

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This volume comprises the edited proceedings of the second CoreGRID Integration Workshop, CGIW'2006, held October 2006 in Krakow, Poland. CoreGRID aims to advance scientific and technological excellence in the area of Grid and Peer-to-Peer technologies.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3877-2811-7
  • 256 Pages
  • User Level: Professionals
  • Publication Date: October 5, 2007
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This volume comprises the edited proceedings of the 2006 CoreGRID Integration Workshop (CGIW'2006), held October 2006 in Krakow, Poland. A “Network of Excellence” funded by the European Commission’s Sixth Framework Program, CoreGRID, aims to strengthen and advance scientific and technological excellence in the area of Grid and Peer-to-Peer technologies by bringing together a critical mass of well-established researchers from 41 European research institutions. Achievements in European Research on Grid Systems covers, though is not limited to, the following topics: knowledge and data management; programming models; system architecture; Grid information, resource and workflow monitoring services; resource management and scheduling; systems, tools and environments; trust and security issues on the Grid. Designed for a professional audience of industry practitioners and researchers, Achievements in European Research on Grid Systems is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. From the Contents Preface.
  2. Divide et Impera: Partitioning Unstructured Peer
  3. to
  4. Peer Systems to Improve Resource Location.
  5. Passive End
  6. to
  7. End Packetloss Estimation for Grid Traffic Monitoring.
  8. Validating Desktop Grid Results by Comparing Intermediate Checkpoints.
  9. Using ReflexD for a Grid Solution to the N
  10. Queens Problem: A Case Study.
  11. Integrating the Palantir Grid Meta
  12. Information System with GRMS.
  13. Integration of the Enanos Execution Framework with GRMS for Grid Purposes.
  14. User
  15. Transparent Scheduling for Software Components on the Grid.
  16. Problem Solving Environment for Distributed Interactive Applications.
  17. Estimating the Reliability of Web and Grid Orchestrations.
  18. Fault
  19. Tolerant Data Sharing for Highlevel Grid Programming: A Hierarchical Storage Architecture.
  20. PAL:Towards a New Approach to High Level Parallel Programming.
  21. A Study on Network Resources Management in Grids.
  22. Componentising a Scientific Application for the Grid.
  23. Index.
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