Midthe Vijayaraghavan Srinath

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Grid Computing is intended to provide resource sharing and solve huge amount of complicated problems. In Multicluster Systems, jobs may require co-allocation, that is, the simultaneous allocation of resources such as processors in multiple clusters. Such jobs may have low runtimes because they access more number of resources. In processor co-allocation,(More)
Efficient utilization of resources is a vital factor for any environment. The grid environment is dynamic and it allows the clusters to move around freely. Grid acts as a supercomputer to the users by handling voluminous data. So proper allocation of the available resources is important. Hence resource discovery and scheduling of jobs is a challenging area(More)
Grid Computing has emerged as an important field by its focus on resource sharing. It provides highly scalable, strict secure and high performance. Many of the parallel applications submitted to grid environment may benefit from the allocation of multiple resources such as processors in multiple sites simultaneously. This Processor Co-allocation potentially(More)
A large group of women population, in the world is affected by the cervical cancer in their different age groups. Hence, most of the researchers, pathologists and also more number of collegiate have provided more number of solutions, to identify this cancer from the test images of pap smear screening test. But their results represent, only to an extent,(More)
Autoimmune polyendocrinopathy syndrome type 1 (APS-1) is characterized by the presence of at least two out of three clinical features, which include chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis (CMC), Addison's disease and hypoparathyroidism. The authors' present an one and a half year old girl with recurrent oral thrush who presented with generalised afebrile(More)
Software reliability for business applications is becoming a topic of interest in the IT community. An effective method to validate and understand defect behaviour in a software application is Fault Injection. Fault injection involves the deliberate insertion of faults or errors into software in order to determine its response and to study its behaviour.(More)
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