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The use of discrete-event simulators in the design and development of large scale distributed systems is appealing due to their efficiency and scalability. Their core abstractions of process and event map neatly to the components and interactions of modern-day distributed systems and allow designing realistic simulation scenarios. MONARC 2, a multithreaded,(More)
In grid environments applications require dynamic scheduling for optimized assignment of tasks on available resources, so the optimization represents a key solution for scheduling. This paper presents an evaluation of multi-objective decentralized scheduling models for the problem of task allocation. It also presents a survey of existing optimization(More)
Opportunistic networks, as opposed to classic ones, rely on human-carried devices. This leads to a high mobility of all the nodes in the network and a very dynamic topology. Developing good forwarding algorithms for optimum routing in opportunistic networks presents a specific set of challenges. The most notable forwarding solutions rely on social human(More)
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