Using Performance Prediction to Allocate Grid Resources

@inproceedings{Jang2004UsingPP,
  title={Using Performance Prediction to Allocate Grid Resources},
  author={Seung-Hye Jang and Xingfu Wu and V. Taylor and Gaurang Mehta and Karan Vahi and Ewa Deelman and Admiralty Way and Marina del Rey},
  year={2004}
}
Large-scale applications often require computational grids to obta in the needed compute power for execution. Generally, users are given access to a collec tion of resources that can be used for execution. The collection of resources can be dynamic, and the use rs must decide which collection of heterogeneous and distributed resources to use. Howe ver, many users often do not have knowledge of all of the resource performance characterist ics on which to make informed decisions and therefore… CONTINUE READING
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