Spaces: Support for Decoupled Communication in Wide-Area Parallel Applications

@article{Chan2007SpacesSF,
  title={Spaces: Support for Decoupled Communication in Wide-Area Parallel Applications},
  author={Philip Chan and David Abramson},
  journal={Sixth International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing (GCC 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={3-10}
}
Wide-area distributed systems like computational grids are emergent infrastructures for high-performance parallel applications. On these systems, communication mechanisms have to deal with many issues, including: private networks, heterogeneity, dynamic resource availability, and transient link failures. To address this, we present pi-spaces, a shared space abstraction of typed pipe objects. These objects, called pi-channels, are asynchronous pipes that combine streaming and persistence for… CONTINUE READING

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