XtremWeb: Building an Experimental Platform for Global Computing

@inproceedings{Germain2000XtremWebBA,
  title={XtremWeb: Building an Experimental Platform for Global Computing},
  author={C{\'e}cile Germain and Vincent N{\'e}ri and Gilles Fedak and Franck Cappello},
  booktitle={GRID},
  year={2000}
}
Global Computing achieves highly distributed computations by harvesting a very large number of unused computing resources connected to the Internet. Although the basic techniques for Global Computing are well understood, several issues remain unadressed, such as the ability to run a large variety of applications, economical models for resource management, performance models accounting for WAN and machine components, and nally new parallel algorithms based on true massive parallelism, with very… CONTINUE READING
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