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HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Process Hijacking
Process checkpointing is a basic mechanism required for providing High Throughput Computing service on distributively owned resources. We present a new process checkpoint and migr...
Victor C. Zandy, Barton P. Miller, Miron Livny
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Predicting the CPU Availability of Time-shared Unix Systems on the Computational Grid
In this paper we focus on the problem of making short and medium term forecasts of CPU availability on timeshared Unix systems. We evaluate the accuracy with which availability ca...
Richard Wolski, Neil T. Spring, Jim Hayes
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
CAT: A High Performance Distributed Component Architecture Toolkit for the Grid
Grid systems such as Globus, Legion, and Globe provide an infrastructure for implementing metacomputing over the Internet. The Component Architecture Toolkit (CAT) provides a soft...
Juan E. Villacis, Madhusudhan Govindaraju, David S...
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
A Network-Aware Distributed Storage Cache for Data Intensive Environments
Modern scientific computing involves organizing, moving, visualizing, and analyzing massive amounts of data at multiple sites around the world. The technologies, the middleware se...
Brian Tierney, Jason Lee, Brian Crowley, Mason Hol...
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Overview of a Performance Evaluation System for Global Computing Scheduling Algorithms
While there have been several proposals of high performance global computing systems, scheduling schemes for the systems have not been well investigated. The reason is difficultie...
Atsuko Takefusa, Satoshi Matsuoka, Hidemoto Nakada...
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
The UNICORE Architecture Seamless Access to Distributed Resources
Seamless access to different systems of different vendors at different sites is an important prerequisite to effective and efficient use of distributed resources. Learning about n...
Mathilde Romberg
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Dodo: A User-level System for Exploiting Idle Memory in Workstation Clusters
In this paper, we present the design and implementation of Dodo, an e cient user-level system for harvesting idle memory in o -the-shelf clusters of workstations. Dodo enables dat...
Samir Koussih, Anurag Acharya, Sanjeev Setia
HPDC
1999
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Techniques for Automating Distributed Real-Time Applications Design
We present a performance-based methodology for designing a high-bandwidth radar application on commodity platforms. Unlike many real-time systems, our approach works for commodity...
Dong-In Kang, Richard Gerber, Leana Golubchik, Jef...
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