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The 6th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Grid Computing, 2005.

13-13 Nov. 2005

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  • Proceedings of the 6th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Grid Computing 2005

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  • Proceedings of the 6th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Grid Computing 2005 [Label]

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  • Proceedings of the 6th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Grid Computing 2005 [Title page]

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  • Grid 2005 CDROM Table of contents

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  • Message from the Chairs

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  • Grid Computing Workshop 2005 Organizing Committee

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  • Additional reviewers

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  • Grid 2005 CDROM Table of contents

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  • Grid 2005 brief author index

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  • Grid 2005 detailed author index

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  • Grid 2005 The End of Indexes [Breaker page]

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  • Wide area data replication for scientific collaborations

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    Scientific applications require sophisticated data management capabilities. We present the design and implementation of a data replication service (DRS), one of a planned set of higher-level data management services for Grids. The capabilities of the DRS are based on the publication capability of the lightweight data replicator (LDR) system developed for the LIGO Scientific Collaboration. We descr... View full abstract»

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  • Protecting grid data transfer services with active network interfaces

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    A key goal of grid computing is to provide seamless access to shared computational and data resources across organizational boundaries, in distributed virtual organizations. Grid services can potentially be used by thousands of users spanning multiple administrative domains. The inherent dynamic and heterogeneous nature of virtual organizations introduces challenging performance issues that need s... View full abstract»

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  • Authorization and account management in the Open Science Grid

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    An attribute-based authorization infrastructure developed for the Open Science Grid is presented. The infrastructure integrates existing identity-mapping and group-membership service using concepts prototyped in the PRIMA system. Authorization scenarios for requests to compute and data resources are detailed. A new SAML obligated authorization decision statement is introduced that attaches an XACM... View full abstract»

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  • On the creation & discovery of topics in distributed publish/subscribe systems

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    Publish/subscribe infrastructures have in the recent years gained significant traction with several specifications such as the Java Message Service, WS-Eventing and WS-Notification trying to capture the essence of publish/subscribe systems and enabling the development of interoperable systems. In this paper we present a scheme for the discovery of topics in distributed publish/subscribe systems. T... View full abstract»

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  • Grid-enabling a vibroacoustic analysis application

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    This paper describes the process of grid-enabling a vibroacoustic analysis application using the Globus Toolkit 3.2.1. This is the first step in a project intended to grid-enable a suite of tools being developed as a service-oriented architecture for spacecraft telemetry analysis. Many of the applications in the suite are compute intensive and would benefit from significantly improved performance.... View full abstract»

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  • Collective operations for wide-area message passing systems using adaptive spanning trees

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    We propose a method for wide-area message passing systems to perform collective operations using dynamically created spanning trees. In our proposal, broadcasts and reductions are performed efficiently using topology-aware spanning trees constructed at run-time; processors autonomously measure latency and bandwidth to create latency-aware trees for short messages and bandwidth-aware trees for long... View full abstract»

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  • Policy administration control and delegation using XACML and Delegent

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    In this paper we present a system permitting controlled policy administration and delegation using the XACML access control system. The need for these capabilities stems from the use of XACML in the SweGrid Accounting System, which is used to enforce resource allocations to Swedish research projects. Our solution uses a second access control system Delegent, which has powerful delegation capabilit... View full abstract»

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  • Adaptive trust negotiation and access control for grids

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    Access control in computational grids is typically provided by a combination of identity certificates and local accounts. This approach does not scale as the number of users and resources increase. Moreover, identity-based access control is not sufficient because users and resources may reside in different security domains and may not have pre-existing knowledge about one another. Trust negotiatio... View full abstract»

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  • A credential renewal service for long-running jobs

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    Jobs on the Grid require security credentials throughout their run for accessing secure Grid resources, such as GridFTP data repositories. However, delegating long-lived credentials to long-running jobs brings an increased risk that a credential will be compromised and misused. Additionally, it is often difficult to predict the run-time of jobs on the Grid, due to changes in application performanc... View full abstract»

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  • Ad hoc grid security infrastructure

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    This paper describes an ad hoc grid security infrastructure developed as a part of the Java CoG Kit project. It supports several requirements specific to the sporadic nature of ad hoc grids. It focuses on identity management, identity verification, and authorization control in spontaneous grid collaborations without pre-established policies or environments. It adopts established community standard... View full abstract»

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  • An end-to-end Web services-based infrastructure for biomedical applications

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    Services-oriented architectures hold a lot of promise for grid-enabling scientific applications. In recent times, Web services have gained wide-spread acceptance in the grid community as the standard way of exposing application functionality to end-users. Web services-based architectures provide accessibility via a multitude of clients, and the ability to enable composition of data and application... View full abstract»

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  • GROCK: high-throughput docking using LCG grid tools

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    The study of interactions of proteins with other molecules is a major task to understand living organisms and design new drugs. GROCK is a portal that facilitates mass screening of potential molecular interactions in the life sciences. The main purpose for developing GROCK has been to facilitate users the performance of huge amounts of computational tasks using the power of the grid. In GROCK we h... View full abstract»

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  • Highly latency tolerant Gaussian elimination

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    Large latencies over WAN will remain an obstacle to running communication intensive parallel applications on grid environments. This paper takes one of such applications, Gaussian elimination of dense matrices and describes a parallel algorithm that is highly tolerant to latencies. The key technique is a pivoting strategy called batched pivoting, which requires much less frequent synchronizations ... View full abstract»

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  • Grid'5000: a large scale and highly reconfigurable grid experimental testbed

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    Large scale distributed systems like Grids are difficult to study only from theoretical models and simulators. Most Grids deployed at large scale are production platforms that are inappropriate research tools because of their limited reconfiguration, control and monitoring capabilities. In this paper, we present Grid'5000, a 5000 CPUs nation-wide infrastructure for research in Grid computing. Grid... View full abstract»

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