BOINC client–server technology
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A special class of tasks that demand huge computational resources is known as embarrassingly parallel. Such tasks may be split… Expand While volunteer computing, as a restricted model of parallel computing, has proved itself to be a successful paradigm of… Expand We describe a scheme for subdividing long-running, variable-length analyses into short, fixed-length boinc workunits using… Expand Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) is a popular Grid Computing (GC) framework which allows the creation… Expand We propose a new peer-to-peer solution for exchanging the application code of BOINC projects between clients. Our proposed add-on… Expand Purpose – The web service choreography description language (WS‐CDL) is a specification for describing multi‐party collaboration… Expand Currently, cycle sharing over the Internet is a one-way deal. Computer owners only have one role in the process: to donate their… Expand Tarragon is an actor-based programming model and library for implementing parallel scientific applications requiring fine grain… Expand webπ is a recent process calculus introduced to formally specify Web Services composition. It extends the π-calculus with timed… Expand We describe a new algorithm for estimating a model for an independent variable that is not directly observed but that represents… Expand