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Beschreibung

Grid and Pervasive Computing (GPC) is an annual international conference devoted to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of grid and pervasive computing. The objective of this conference is to provide a forum for researchers and engineers to present their latest research in the ?elds of grid and pervasive computing. Previous editions of the Grid and Pervasive Computing conference were held in: Kunming (China) May 25-28, 2008, Paris (France) May 2-4, 2007, and Taichung (Taiwan) May 3-5, 2006. The fourth edition took place in Geneva, Switzerland during May 4-8, 2009. It was organized by members of the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Haute Ecole de Paysage, d'Ing enierie et d'Architecture - hepia), in collaboration with colleagues from various places around the world. The conference spanned a full week, including a three-day technical program where the papers contained in these proceedings were presented. The conf- ence was followed by two tutorial days where attendants had the opportunity to discuss a variety of topics related to the ?elds covered at the conference, at both introductory and advanced levels. The technical program also included an industrial session, with contributions illustrating challenges faced and so- tions devised by industry. Furthermore, the conference o?ered an opportunity for vendors and researchers to present their products and projects at an ex- bition (Grid Village) where solutions supporting the development of grid and pervasive computing were displayed.



Inhalt

Grid Economy.- Capacity Planning in Economic Grid Markets.- A Financial Option Based Grid Resources Pricing Model: Towards an Equilibrium between Service Quality for User and Profitability for Service Providers.- Negotiating and Enforcing QoS and SLAs in Grid and Cloud Computing.- Grid Security.- Dynamic and Secure Data Access Extensions of Grid Boundaries.- Proxy Restrictions for Grid Usage.- An Account Policy Model for Grid Environments.- Providing Security of Real Time Data Intensive Applications on Grids Using Dynamic Scheduling.- Grid Applications.- Solving a Realistic FAP Using GRASP and Grid Computing.- The Swiss ATLAS Grid.- Grid Based Training Environment for Earth Observation.- Middleware.- Improving Energy-Efficiency of Grid Computing Clusters.- GFS: A Distributed File System with Multi-source Data Access and Replication for Grid Computing.- G2G: A Meta-Grid Framework for the Convergence of P2P and Grids.- Distributed Asynchronous Iterative Algorithms: New Experimentations with the Jace Environment.- Predicting Free Computing Capacities on Individual Machines.- The Deployment and Maintenance of a Condor-Based Campus Grid.- Scheduling.- Bicriteria Service Scheduling with Dynamic Instantiation for Workflow Execution on Grids.- Ant Colony Inspired Microeconomic Based Resource Management in Ad Hoc Grids.- Dynamic Scheduling Algorithm for Heterogeneous Environments with Regular Task Input from Multiple Requests.- Balanced Scheduling Algorithm Considering Availability in Mobile Grid.- Bi-objective Optimization: An Online Algorithm for Job Assignment.- Achieving Co-allocation through Virtualization in Grid Environment.- Load Balancing.- MTS: Multiresolution Thread Selection for Parallel Workload Distribution.- The gLite Workload Management System.- On the Design of a Performance-Aware Load Balancing Mechanism for P2P Grid Systems.- Pervasive Computing.- A Mediation Framework for the Implementation of Context-Aware Access Control in Pervasive Grid-Based Healthcare Systems.- The Tiny Instrument Element.- ?OR - A Micro OWL DL Reasoner for Ambient Intelligent Devices.- Sensor Networks.- Sensor-Actuator Networks with TBox Snippets.- Prediction Based Mobile Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Network.- A Distributed Architecture of Sensing Web for Sharing Open Sensor Nodes.- Peer-to-Peer.- Efficient Parallelized Network Coding for P2P File Sharing Applications.- Scheduling Strategy of P2P Based High Performance Computing Platform Base on Session Time Prediction.- An Activeness-Based Seed Choking Algorithm for Enhancing BitTorrent's Robustness.- Resource Aggregation Effectiveness in Peer-to-Peer Architectures.- Web Services for Deeply Embedded Extra Low-Cost Devices.- A Group-Based Reputation Mechanism for Mobile P2P Networks.- A Partition-Based Broadcast Algorithm over DHT for Large-Scale Computing Infrastructures.- Fault Tolerance.- Novel Crash Recovery Approach for Concurrent Failures in Cluster Federation.- JACEP2P-V2: A Fully Decentralized and Fault Tolerant Environment for Executing Parallel Iterative Asynchronous Applications on Volatile Distributed Architectures.- Performance Evaluation of Scheduling Mechanism with Checkpoint Sharing and Task Duplication in P2P-Based PC Grid Computing.- A Probabilistic Fault-Tolerant Recovery Mechanism for Task and Result Certification of Large-Scale Distributed Applications.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Advances in Grid and Pervasive Computing
Untertitel: 4th International Conference, GPC 2009, Geneva, Switzerland, May 4-8, 2009, Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783642016714
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Datenkommunikation, Netzwerke
Anzahl Seiten: 484
Veröffentlichung: 29.04.2009
Dateigrösse: 27.8 MB

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