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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Coordination Mechanisms for Selfish Multi-Organization Scheduling

    The authors conduct a game theoretic analysis on the problem of scheduling jobs on computing platforms composed of several independent and selfish organizations, known as the Multi-Organization Scheduling Problem (MOSP). Each organization shares resources and jobs with others, expecting to decrease the makespan of its own jobs. They modeled MOSP...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Performance Improvement of an Optical Network Providing Services Based on Multicast

    Operators of networks covering large areas are confronted with demands from some of their customers who are virtual service providers. These providers may call for the connectivity service which fulfills the specificity of their services, for instance a multicast transition with allocated bandwidth. On the other hand, network operators want...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Analysis of Multi-Organization Scheduling Algorithms

    In this paper, the authors consider the problem of scheduling on computing platforms composed of several independent organizations, known as the Multi-Organization Scheduling Problem (MOSP). Each organization provides both resources and tasks and follows its own objectives. They are interested in the best way to minimize the makespan on the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The WebContent XML Store

    The WebContent platform proposes a specific UML schema to be used by all its services. Through a canonical transformation, this schema can be converted into an XML Schema. This is extremely useful since the Web Services paradigm uses XML documents to communicate with each other. It seems therefore straightforward to...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Playing With Population Protocols

    Population protocols have been introduced as a model of sensor networks consisting of very limited mobile agents with no control over their own movement: A collection of anonymous agents, modeled by finite automata, interact in pairs according to some rules. Predicates on the initial configurations that can be computed by...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The WebContent XML Store

    The WebContent platform proposes a specific UML schema to be used by all its services. Through a canonical transformation, this schema can be converted into an XML Schema. This is extremely useful since the Web Services paradigm uses XML documents to communicate with each other. It seems therefore straightforward to...

    Provided By PRISM

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Playing With Population Protocols

    Population protocols have been introduced as a model of sensor networks consisting of very limited mobile agents with no control over their own movement: A collection of anonymous agents, modeled by finite automata, interact in pairs according to some rules. Predicates on the initial configurations that can be computed by...

    Provided By PRISM

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Coordination Mechanisms for Selfish Multi-Organization Scheduling

    The authors conduct a game theoretic analysis on the problem of scheduling jobs on computing platforms composed of several independent and selfish organizations, known as the Multi-Organization Scheduling Problem (MOSP). Each organization shares resources and jobs with others, expecting to decrease the makespan of its own jobs. They modeled MOSP...

    Provided By PRISM

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Performance Improvement of an Optical Network Providing Services Based on Multicast

    Operators of networks covering large areas are confronted with demands from some of their customers who are virtual service providers. These providers may call for the connectivity service which fulfills the specificity of their services, for instance a multicast transition with allocated bandwidth. On the other hand, network operators want...

    Provided By PRISM

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Analysis of Multi-Organization Scheduling Algorithms

    In this paper, the authors consider the problem of scheduling on computing platforms composed of several independent organizations, known as the Multi-Organization Scheduling Problem (MOSP). Each organization provides both resources and tasks and follows its own objectives. They are interested in the best way to minimize the makespan on the...

    Provided By PRISM