The Core Legion Object Model

@inproceedings{Lewis1996TheCL,
  title={The Core Legion Object Model},
  author={Michael J. Lewis and Andrew S. Grimshaw},
  booktitle={HPDC},
  year={1996}
}
The Legion project at the University of Virginia is an architecture for designing and building system services that provide the illusion of a single virtual machine to users, U virtual machine that provides secure shared object and shared name spaces, application adjustable fault-tolerance, improved response time, and greater throughput. Legion targets wide area assemblies of workstations, supercomputers, and parallel supercomputers. Legion tackles problems not solved by existing workstation… CONTINUE READING
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