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A new data processing mechanism based on Co-DDM and Co-TS in cloud computing

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4 Author(s)
Jundian Song ; Shanghai Dev. Center of Comput. Software Technol., Shanghai, China ; Bingrong Dai ; Shaohua Zhang ; Junling Qian

The issue that how to deal with the heterogeneous, distributed and dynamics data is one of the hot topics recently. In this paper, a new data processing mechanism is proposed based on the cooperation of distributed data management (Co-DDM) and the cooperation of task scheduling (Co-TS). The cooperative processing flow is also designed with the analysis of the member role, sharing object, cooperative activity and event. Finally, an experimental case is analyzed to illustrate the efficiency of the proposed method and the empirical results show that the mechanism is much more available for data processing in cloud computing.

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Systems and Informatics (ICSAI), 2012 International Conference on

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19-20 May 2012

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