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A model of grid service capacity

Youcef Derbal   

  1. School of Information Technology Management, Ryerson University, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3, Canada
  • Received:2005-10-08 Revised:2007-04-12 Online:2007-07-10 Published:2007-07-10

Computational grids (CGs) are large scale networks of geographically distributed aggregates of resource clusters that may be contributed by distinct organizations for the provision of computing services such as model simulation, compute cycle and data mining. Traditionally, the decision-making strategies underlying the grid management mechanisms rely on the physical view of the grid resource model. This entails the need for complex multi-dimensional search strategies and a considerable level of resource state information exchange between the grid management domains. In this paper we argue that with the adoption of service oriented grid architectures, a logical service-oriented view of the resource model provides a more appropriate level of abstraction to express the grid capacity to handle incoming service requests. In this respect, we propose a quantification model of the aggregated service capacity of the hosting environment that is updated based on the monitored state of the various environmental resources required by the hosted services. A comparative experimental validation of the model shows its performance towards enabling an adequate exploitation of provisioned services.

Key words: key frame extraction; clustering; feedback; video retrieval;



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