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The reproducibility of scientific results increasingly depends upon the preservation of computational artifacts. Although preserving a computation to be used later sounds easy, it is surprisingly difficult due to the complexity of existing software and systems. Implicit dependencies, networked resources, and shifting compatibility all conspire to break(More)
Much research in mobile networks relies on the use of simulations for evaluation purposes. While a number of powerful simulation tools have been developed for this purpose, only recently has the need for physical implementations of mobile systems and applications been widely accepted in the literature. In recognition of this need, and to further our(More)
We propose and implement a parameter sweep framework built upon a fault tolerant, massively parallel, peer-to-peer network. Our framework is composed of a scheduling algorithm based on the Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm and peer to peer storage and query functionality, built on the Pastry framework. The Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm is a(More)
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