Date Added: May 2012
Grids are a form of distributed computing whereby a "Super virtual computer" is composed of many networked loosely coupled computers acting together to perform very large tasks. This technology has been applied to computationally intensive scientific, mathematical, and academic problems through volunteer computing, and it is used in commercial enterprises for such diverse applications as drug discovery, economic forecasting, seismic analysis, and back office data processing in support for ecommerce and Web services. One of the main motivations of grid computing is resource sharing. The authors' main goal of this paper is to propose a new model that can assign priority of each user level job.