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Grundeken, B.S. (author)
Cycle scavenging (CS) is the process of using otherwise idle computational resources to provide large, aggregate, amounts of computational power. It is the core principle of so-called desktop grids and volunteer computing, which use the idle cycles of desktop computers to do computations. However, resources in a multicluster grid likewise may...
master thesis 2009
Anoep, S.D. (author)
Grid computing promises large scale computing facilities based on distributed systems. Much research has been done on the subject of increasing the performance of grids. We believe that an adequate performance analysis of grids requires knowledge of the workload and the architecture of the grid. Currently, researchers assume that grids are...
master thesis 2008