Evaluating high-throughput reliable multicast for grid applications in production networks

@article{Barcellos2005EvaluatingHR,
  title={Evaluating high-throughput reliable multicast for grid applications in production networks},
  author={Marinho P. Barcellos and Maziar Nekovee and M. Koyabe and Michael I Daw and J. Brooke},
  journal={CCGrid 2005. IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={442-449 Vol. 1}
}
Grid computing can be characterized as a distributed infrastructure that is a collection of computing resources within or across locations that are aggregated to act as a unified processing resource. In some of the anticipated future grid applications, the same data will be transmitted to multiple sites. It is widely accepted that this can be, in theory, best achieved using reliable multicast protocols. This paper addresses the use of reliable multicast in grid computing, identifying… CONTINUE READING