Replica selection in grid environment: a data-mining approach

@inproceedings{Rahman2005ReplicaSI,
  title={Replica selection in grid environment: a data-mining approach},
  author={Rashedur M. Rahman and Ken Barker and Reda Alhajj},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2005}
}
Grid technology is developed to share data across many organizations in different geographical locations. The idea of replication is to store data into different locations to improve data access performance. When different sites hold replicas, there are significant benefits realized when selecting the best replica. Current research shows that both network bandwidth and disk I/O plays major role in file transfer. In this paper, we describe a new optimization technique that considers both disk… CONTINUE READING
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