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Buss, G; Lee, K; Veit, D (2008)
Publisher: Springer
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
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Grid infrastructure is a valuable tool for scientific users, but it is characterized by a high level of complexity which makes it difficult for them to quantify their requirements and allocate resources. In this paper, we show that resource trading is a viable and scalable approach for scientific users to consume resources. We propose the use of Grid resource bundles to specify supply and demand combined with a hybrid metaheuristic method to determine the allocation of resources in a market-based approach. We evaluate this through the application domain of scientific workflow execution on the Grid.
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    • 1. I. Foster. The grid: A new infrastructure for 21st century science. Physics Today, 55(2):42- 47, 2002.
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