Eun-Kyu Byun

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Workflow technologies have become a major vehicle for easy and efficient development of scientific applications. In the meantime, state-of-the-art resource provisioning technologies such as cloud computing enable users to acquire computing resources dynamically and elastically. A critical challenge in integrating workflow technologies with resource(More)
Workflow technologies have become a major vehicle for easy and efficient development of scientific applications. A critical challenge in integrating workflow technologies with state-of-the-art resource provisioning technologies is to determine the right amount of resources required for the execution of workflows. This paper introduces an approximation(More)
Large-scale Grid is a computing environment composed of Internet-wide distributed resources shared by a number of applications. Although WSRF and Java-based hosting environment can successfully deal with the heterogeneity of resources and the diversity of applications, the current Grid systems have several limitations to support the dynamic nature of(More)
Recently grid computing has started to leverage Web services technology by proposing OGSI-standard. OGSI standard defines the grid service, which presents unified interfaces to every participant of grid. In current Glubus Toolkit3(GT3),which is an implementation of OGSI, grid service factories should be deployed manually into resources to provide grid(More)
Workflow technologies have become a major vehicle for the easy and efficient development of science applications. At the same time new computing environments such as the Cloud are now avaiable. A challenge is to determine the right amount of resources to provision for an application. This paper introduces an algorithm named Balanced Time Scheduling (BTS),(More)
Workflow technologies have become a major vehicle for the easy and efficient development of science applications. When integrating the workflow technology with the state-of-art resource provisioning technology, the challenge is to determine the amount of resources necessary for the execution of workflow. This paper introduces an algorithm named Balanced(More)
The demand for near real-time analysis of streaming data is increasing rapidly in scientific projects. This trend is driven by the fact that it is expensive and time consuming to design and execute complex experiments and simulations. During an experiment, the research team and the team at the experiment facility will want to analyze data as it is(More)
Although WSRF (Web Services Resource Framework) and Java-based hosting environment have been successful in dealing with the heterogeneity of resources and the diversity of applications, the current Grid middleware has several limitations to support on-demand resource provisioning effectively. This paper proposes DynaGrid, a new framework for WSRF-compliant(More)
The Web Services Resource Framework (WSRF) is a set of specifications which define a generic and open framework for modeling and accessing stateful resources using Web services. This paper proposes DynaGrid, a new framework for WSRF-compliant applications. Many new components, such as ServiceDoor, Dynamic Service Launcher, ClientProxy, and PartitionManager,(More)
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