A Lightweight Java Taskspaces Framework for Scientific Computing on Computational Grids

@inproceedings{Sterck2003ALJ,
  title={A Lightweight Java Taskspaces Framework for Scientific Computing on Computational Grids},
  author={Hans De Sterck and Rob S. Markel and Thomas Pohl and Ulrich R{\"u}de},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2003}
}
A prototype Taskspaces framework for grid computing of scientific computing problems that require intertask communication is presented. The Taskspaces framework is characterized by three major design choices: decentralization provided by an underlying tuple space concept, enhanced direct communication between tasks by means of a communication tuple space distributed over the worker hosts, and object orientation and platform independence realized by implementation in Java. Grid administration… CONTINUE READING
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