Mehrdad Senobari

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Adaptive Distributed Applications in Java (ADAJ ) is a platform developed for execution of distributed applications in Java. The objectives of this platform is to facilitate application design and to efficiently use the power of distributed computing. The ADAJ offers both a programming and an execution environment. In the latter it implements object(More)
This work concerns part of our project, devoted to the development of an agent-team-based Grid resource brokering and management system. Here, open issues that have to be addressed in the process, concern agent team preservation. In our earlier work it was suggested that this can be achieved through mirroring of key information. Here, we discuss in detail(More)
Currently, we are developing an agent based infrastructure for resource management in Grids. In the past our attention was focused on high-level processes involved in agents selecting a team to join or a team to execute a job. In this note we consider how the proposed agent-based system can interact with an actual Grid middleware. As our initial target we(More)
Resource management and job scheduling are important research issue in computational Grids. When software agents are used as resource managers and brokers in the Grid a number of additional issues and possible approaches materialize. The aim of this chapter is twofold. First, we discuss traditional job scheduling in Grids, and when agents are utilized as(More)
We are developing an agent-team-based Grid resource brokering and management system. One of issues that has to be addressed is team preservation through mirroring of key information. We focused our attention on information generated within the agent team. In this paper we discuss sources of information generated in the system and consider which information(More)
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