Arjav J. Chakravarti

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— Desktop grids have been used to perform some of the largest computations in the world and have the potential to grow by several more orders of magnitude. However, current approaches to utilizing desktop resources require either centralized servers or extensive knowledge of the underlying system, limiting their scalability. We propose a new design for(More)
— The Organic Grid is a biologically inspired and fully-decentralized approach to the organization of computation that is based on the autonomous scheduling of strongly mobile agents on a peer-to-peer network. Through the careful design of agent behavior, the emerging organization of the computation can be customized for different classes of applications.(More)
We propose a biologically inspired and fully-decentralized approach to the organization of computation that is based on the autonomous scheduling of strongly mobile agents on a peer-to-peer network. Our approach achieves the following design objectives: near-zero knowledge of network topology, zero knowledge of system status, autonomous scheduling,(More)
Strong mobility, which allows an external thread to transparently migrate an agent at any time, is difficult to implement in Java since the Java Virtual Machine does not allow serializing the runtime stack. We give an overview of our implementation strategy for strong mobility in which each agent thread maintains its own serializable execution state at all(More)
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