SCALABLE , TRUSTWORTHY NETWORK COMPUTING USING UNTRUSTED INTERMEDIARIES A Position Paper

@inproceedings{Beck2003SCALABLET,
  title={SCALABLE , TRUSTWORTHY NETWORK COMPUTING USING UNTRUSTED INTERMEDIARIES A Position Paper},
  author={Micah Beck and Jack J. Dongarra and Victor Eijkhout and M. Harper Langston and Terry Moore and Jim Plank},
  year={2003}
}
The extraordinary success of the Internet as a general-purpose, widely sharable, and globally scalable data communication network has set a very high standard for the designers of next generation cyberinfrastructure. Comparable success would be difficult to achieve under any circumstances, but today all visions of major new systems must face intensified requirements for trustworthiness that make this level of success far more challenging to attain. At the heart of that challenge is an apparent… CONTINUE READING

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