Fault-tolerance, malleability and migration for divide-and-conquer applications on the grid

@article{Wrzesinska2005FaulttoleranceMA,
  title={Fault-tolerance, malleability and migration for divide-and-conquer applications on the grid},
  author={Gosia Wrzesinska and Rob van Nieuwpoort and Jason Maassen and Henri E. Bal},
  journal={19th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium},
  year={2005},
  pages={10 pp.-}
}
Grid applications have to cope with dynamically changing computing resources as machines may crash or be claimed by other, higher-priority applications. In this paper, we propose a mechanism that enables fault-tolerance, malleability (e.g. the ability to cope with a dynamically changing number of processors) and migration for divide-and-conquer applications on the grid. The novelty of our approach is restructuring the computation tree, which eliminates redundant computation and salvages partial… CONTINUE READING
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