GrADS

The goal of the Grid Application Development Software (GrADS) Project is to simplify distributed heterogeneous computing in the same way that the World Wide Web simplifed information sharing over the Internet. The GrADS project will explore the scientific and technical problems that must be solved to make grid application development and performance tuning for real applications an everyday practice.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 27 articles )

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  1. Olteanu, Alexandra; Pop, Florin; Dobre, Ciprian; Cristea, Valentin: A dynamic rescheduling algorithm for resource management in large scale dependable distributed systems (2012)
  2. Garg, Saurabh Kumar; Yeo, Chee Shin; Anandasivam, Arun; Buyya, Rajkumar: Environment-conscious scheduling of HPC applications on distributed cloud-oriented data centers (2011)
  3. Bittencourt, Luiz Fernando; Madeira, Edmundo R.M.: Towards the scheduling of multiple workflows on computational grids (2010) ioport
  4. Chin, Sung Ho; Suh, Taeweon; Yu, Heon Chang: Adaptive service scheduling for workflow applications in Service-Oriented Grid (2010) ioport
  5. De Sarkar, Ajanta; Roy, Sarbani; Ghosh, Dibyajyoti; Mukhopadhyay, Rupam; Mukherjee, Nandini: An adaptive execution scheme for achieving guaranteed performance in computational grids (2010) ioport
  6. Yuan, Yingchun; Li, Xiaoping; Wang, Qian; Zhu, Xia: Deadline division-based heuristic for cost optimization in workflow scheduling (2009)
  7. Yu, Lei; Magoulès, Frédéric: Service scheduling and rescheduling in an applications integration framework (2009)
  8. Aziz, Abdul; El-Rewini, Hesham: On the use of meta-heuristics to increase the efficiency of online grid workflow scheduling algorithms (2008) ioport
  9. Hsu, Ching-Hsien; Chen, Tai-Lung; Park, Jong-Hyuk: On improving resource utilization and system throughput of master slave job scheduling in heterogeneous systems (2008) ioport
  10. Alt, Martin: Using algorithmic skeletons for efficient grid computing with predictable performance. (2007)
  11. Desell, Travis; Maghraoui, Kaoutar El; Varela, Carlos A.: Malleable applications for scalable high performance computing (2007) ioport
  12. Chrabakh, Wahid; Wolski, Rich: GridSAT: Design and implementation of a computational grid application (2006)
  13. Chrabakh, Wahid; Wolski, Rich: GridSAT: Design and implementation of a computational grid application (2006) ioport
  14. Derbal, Youcef: Entropic grid scheduling (2006)
  15. Derbal, Youcef: Entropic grid scheduling (2006) ioport
  16. Wu, Ming; Sun, Xian-He: Grid harvest service: a performance system of grid computing (2006)
  17. Yu, Jia; Buyya, Rajkumar: A taxonomy of workflow management systems for grid computing (2006) ioport
  18. Berman, F.; Casanova, H.; Chien, A; Cooper, K.; Dail, H.; Dasgupta, A.; Deng, W.; Dongarra, J.; Johnsson, L.; Kennedy, K.; Koelbel, C.; Liu, B.; Liu, X.; Mandal, A.; Marin, G.; Mazina, M.; Mellor-Crummey, J.; Mendes, C.; Olugbile, A.; Patel, M.; Reed, D.; Shi, Z.; Sievert, O.; Xia, H.; YarKhan, A.: New grid scheduling and rescheduling methods in the grADS project (2005) ioport
  19. Darema, Frederica: The next generation software program (2005) ioport
  20. Gradwell, Peter; Padget, Julian: Markets vs auctions: approaches to distributed combinatorial resource scheduling (2005)

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Further publications can be found at: http://www.hipersoft.rice.edu/grads/publications_reports.htm