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000109400 037__ $$aREP_WORK
000109400 245__ $$aAppliation-oriented sheduling for HPC Grids
000109400 269__ $$a2007
000109400 260__ $$c2007
000109400 336__ $$aReports
000109400 520__ $$aThe Intelligent Grid Scheduling Service (ISS) aims at finding an optimally suited computational resource for a given application component. An objective cost model function is used to decide it. It includes information on a parametrization of the components and the machines in a Grid, and on the availability of the clusters. The paper presents a detailed formulation of the environment and outlines the integration of the ISS model into the UNICORE-based VIOLA meta-scheduling Grid middleware. This document is an active collaboration between EPFL, EIA-FR, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, University of Dortmund, CETIC, CSCS, and Switch.
000109400 700__ $$aDrotz, Alain
000109400 700__ $$aGruber, Ralf
000109400 700__ $$0240887$$g169052$$aKeller, Vincent
000109400 700__ $$aThiémard, Michela
000109400 700__ $$aTolou, Ali
000109400 700__ $$aTran, Trach-Minh
000109400 700__ $$aCristiano, Kevin
000109400 700__ $$aKuonen, Pierre
000109400 700__ $$aWieder, Philipp
000109400 700__ $$aWäldrich, Oliver
000109400 700__ $$aZiegler, Wolfgang
000109400 700__ $$aManneback, Pierre
000109400 700__ $$aSchwiegelshohn, Uwe
000109400 700__ $$aYahyapour, Ramin
000109400 700__ $$aKunszt, Peter
000109400 700__ $$aMaffioletti, Sergio
000109400 700__ $$aSawley, Marie-Christine
000109400 700__ $$aWitzig, Christoph
000109400 909CO $$preport$$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:109400
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000109400 937__ $$aLIN-REPORT-2007-002
000109400 973__ $$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
000109400 980__ $$aREPORT