Computing Low Latency Batches with Unreliable Workers in Volunteer Computing Environments

@article{Heien2008ComputingLL,
  title={Computing Low Latency Batches with Unreliable Workers in Volunteer Computing Environments},
  author={Eric Martin Heien and Noriyuki Fujimoto and Kenichi Hagihara},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-8}
}
Internet based volunteer computing projects such as SETI@home are currently restricted to performing coarse grained, embarrassingly parallel master-worker style tasks. This is partly due to the “pull” nature of task distribution in volunteer computing environments, where workers request tasks from the master rather than the master assigning tasks to arbitrary workers. In this paper we propose algorithms for computing batches of medium grained tasks with deadlines in pull-style volunteer… CONTINUE READING
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