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Advances in grid and pervasive computing [electronic resource] : 4th international conference, GPC 2009, Geneva, Switzerland, May 4-8, 2009 : proceedings /

Nabil Abdennadher, Dana Petcu (eds.).

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Names: Abdennadher, Nabil. | Petcu, Dana.
Published: Berlin ; Springer, c2009.
Series: LNCS sublibrary. SL 1, Theoretical computer science and general issues
Lecture notes in computer science ; 5529.
Topics: Computational grids (Computer systems) - Congresses. | Ubiquitous computing - Congresses. | Peer-to-peer architecture (Computer networks) - Congresses.
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500 |aTitle from PDF t.p. (viewed May 5, 2009).
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aCapacity 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 -- 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 -- Solving a realistic FAP using GRASP and grid computing -- The Swiss ATLAS grid -- Grid based training environment for earth observation -- 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 -- 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 -- 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 -- 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-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 -- 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 -- 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.
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