Jan Kantert

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Trust is becoming an increasingly important issue in large-scale distributed systems. Especially self-managed systems from the Autonomic and Organic Computing domains consisting of several cooperating entities have to rely on an automated estimation how reliable and trustworthy potential cooperation partners are. In this paper, we introduce a novel concept(More)
Grid systems are an ideal basis to parallelise computationally intensive tasks that efficiently can be split into parts. One possible application domain for such systems is rendering of films. Since small companies and underground film producers do not have the possibility to maintain appropriate computing environments for their own films, grid-based(More)
Desktop Computing Grids provide a framework for joining in and sharing resources with others. The result is a self-organised system that typically consists of numerous distributed autonomous entities. Openness and heterogeneity postulate severe challenges to the overall system's stability and efficiency since uncooperative and even malicious participants(More)
Wireless sensor networks operate in open environments with potentially rough conditions. The utilised protocols to implement routing decisions in such networks are typically designed to work under challenging external influences. In this paper, we focus on the most popular representative, the Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks (RPL), and(More)