Jeremy Buisson

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In large-scale distributed execution environments such as multicluster systems and grids, resource availability may vary due to resource failures and because resources may be added to or withdrawn from such environments at any time. In addition, single sites in such systems may have to deal with workloads originating from both local users and from many(More)
Grid architectures are execution environments that are known to be at the same time distributed, parallel, heterogeneous and dynamic. While current tools focus solutions for hiding distribution, parallelism and heterogeneity, this approach does not fit well their dynamic aspect. Indeed, if applications are able to adapt themselves to environmental changes,(More)
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