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Simulation of computational grids scheduling politics
Computational grids allow users to share resources of distributed machines, even if those machines belong to different corporations. The scheduling of applications must be performed aiming at performance goals, and focusing ...
Simulation in NS-2 of DNP3 protocol encapsulated over TCP/IP in smart grid applications
In dealing with computer networks, these allow the flow of information through the resources of various equipment's. This work describes the implementation through the encapsulation of Protocol DNP3, usually employed in ...
Scheduler simulation using iSPD, an iconic-based computer grid simulator
Increased accessibility to high-performance computing resources has created a demand for user support through performance evaluation tools like the iSPD (iconic Simulator for Parallel and Distributed systems), a simulator ...
PFS: A Productivity Forecasting System For Desktop Computers To Improve Grid Applications Performance In Enterprise Desktop Grid
(Slovak Acad Sciences Inst Informatics, 2014-10)
An Enterprise Desktop Grid (EDG) is a low cost platform that gathers desktop computers spread over different institutions. This platform uses desktop computers idle time to run Grid applications. We argue that computers ...
Applying semantics to grid middleware
(JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD, 2009)
Scheduling parallel and distributed applications efficiently onto grid environments is a difficult task and a great variety of scheduling heuristics has been developed aiming to address this issue. A successful grid resource ...
Research and Design of a Grid Based Electronic Commerce Recommendation System
(Universidad de Talca, 2010)
Using baseline methods to identify non-technical losses in the context of smart grids
Demand response has gained increasing importance in the context of competitive electricity markets and smart grid environments. In addition to the importance that has been given to the development of business models for ...