Malarvizhi Nandagopal

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The computational grid is a new parallel and distributed computing paradigm that provides resources for large scientific computing applications. It typically consists of heterogeneous resources such as clusters that may reside in different administrative domains, be subject to different access policies and be connected by networks with widely varying(More)
Global-scale grids provide a massive source of processing power, providing the means to support processor intensive parallel applications. The strong unpredictability of the available processing and network resources raise the strong need to make applications robust against the dynamics of grid environments. The main technique that is most suitable to cope(More)
A randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study was conducted on 66 healthy patients aged 10-61 years undergoing elective ear, nose and throat surgery to assess the incidence and severity of pain associated with intravenous (i.v.) injection of diluted nalbuphine HCl given during induction of general anaesthesia, and to determine the efficacy of adding(More)
Problem statement: Metascheduling has become important due to increased number of jobs and resources in the area of grid computing to achieve the objectives of grid users and grid resources. Approach: A variety of factors need to be considered for effective scheduling of resources in such environments such as total time job spend in the grid system, global(More)
Packed bed column studies were carried out to evaluate the performance of chemically modified adsorbents for the sequestration of hexavalent chromium from synthetic and electroplating industrial effluent. The effects of parameters such as bed height (3-9 cm), inlet flow rate (5-15 mL/min), and influent Cr(VI) concentration (50-200 mg/L) on the percentage(More)
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