A self-adaptive resources selection model through a small-world based heuristic


The small-world phenomenon is a principle in which seemingly distant nodes are linked by short chains of acquaintances. This property is found in a wide range of biological, social or natural networks. We proposed a self-adaptive model for solving the grid computing resources selection problem. A heuristic based on small-world concepts is defined within… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11227-014-1100-6


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