Grid 2002

Grid Computing: Making the Global Infrastructure a Reality 

  • This is resource site for "Grid Computing: Making the Global Infrastructure a Reality " edited by Fran Berman, Geoffrey Fox and Tony Hey. This is a book (over 1000 pages) published March 2003 by Wiley and (for those papers not published elsewhere) a special issue of Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience
  • Journal Resources at index.html

Overview and Architectures

A: Overview and Motivation 

  • Overview of Book Fran Berman Geoffrey Fox Tony Hey (Abstract )
  1. The Grid: Past, Present, Future Fran Berman Geoffrey Fox Tony Hey (Abstract Full Chapter)
  2. The Grid: A New Infrastructure for 21st Century Science Ian Foster (Reprint Physics Today
  3. The Evolution of the Grid: David De Roure, Mark A. Baker, Nicholas R. Jennings and Nigel R. Shadbolt. Universities of Portsmouth and Southampton, UK (Abstract )
  4. Software infrastructure for the I-WAY metacomputing experiment Ian Foster, Jonathan Geisler, Bill Nickless, Warren Smith, Steven Tuecke, Argonne (Reprinted from Concurrency : Practice and Experience Volume 10, Issue 7, 1998. Pages: 567-581
  5. Implementing Production Grids:Bill Johnston NASA IPG, DoE Science Grid (Abstract )

B: Grid Architecture and technologies

  1. Anatomy of the Grid: Ian Foster, Carl Kesselman and Steven Tuecke , ANL,ISI (Reprint
  2. Towards a Grid Architecture Roadmap Malcolm Atkinson, The UK e-Science Architecture Task Force (Abstract )
  3. The Physiology of the Grid Ian Foster, Carl Kesselman Jeffrey M. Nick and Steven Tuecke , ANL,ISI and IBM (Abstract )
  4. Grid Web Services and Application Factories: Dennis Gannon, Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Sriram Krishnan, Madhusudhan Govindaraju, Lavanya Ramakrishnan, Aleksander Slominski, University of Indiana (Abstract)
  5. From Legion to Avaki: The Persistence of Vision : Andrew S. Grimshaw, Anand Natrajan, Marty A. Humphrey, Michael J. Lewis, Anh Nguyen-Tuong, John F. Karpovich, Mark M. Morgan, Adam J. Ferrari, Virginia University and Avaki (Abstract)
  6. Condor and the Grid Douglas Thain, Todd Tannenbaum, and Miron Livny, University of Wisconsin, (Abstract)
  7. Architecture of an Commercial Enterprise Desktop Grid: The Entropia System : Andrew A. Chien, Entropia and UCSD (Abstract )
  8. Autonomic Computing and GRID: Pratap Pattnaik, Kattamuri Ekanadham and Joefon Jann, IBM Research (Abstract )
  9. Databases and the Grid: Paul Watson, University of Newcastle, UK (Abstract )
  10. The Open Grid Service Architecture and Data Grids: Peter Z. Kunszt and Leanne P. Guy (CERN) (Abstract)
  11. Virtualization Services for Data Grids: Reagan Moore and Chaitan Baru (Abstract )
  12. The Semantic Grid: A Future e-Science Infrastructure :David De Roure, Nicholas Jennings and Nigel Shadbolt, University of Southampton, UK (Abstract )
  13. Peer-to-Peer Grids: Geoffrey Fox, Dennis Gannon, Sung-Hoon Ko, Sangmi Lee, Shrideep Pallickara, Marlon Pierce, Xiaohong Qiu, Xi Rao Ahmet Uyar, Minjun Wang, Wenjun Wu Indiana University (Abstract )
  14. Peer-to-Peer Grid Databases for Web Service Discovery: Wolfgang Hoschek, CERN (Abstract )

C: Grid Computing Environments

Grid Computing Environments and Programming the Grid(edited by Dennis Gannon and Mary Thomas)

  1. Overview of Grid Computing Environments: Geoffrey Fox, Dennis Gannon and Mary Thomas (Abstract )
  2. Programming the Grid: Craig Lee and Domenico Talia, Aerospace Corporation and Universit della Calabria Rende (Abstract)
  3. NaradaBrokering: An Event Based Infrastructure for Building Scaleable Durable Peer-to-Peer Grids: Shrideep Pallickara and Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University (Abstract )
  4. Classifying and Enabling Grid Applications: Gabrielle Allen, Tom Goodale, Michael Russell, Edward Seidel and John Shalf, Max-Planck-Institut, Golm and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Abstract )
  5. NetSolve: Past, Present, and Future; A Look at a Grid Enabled Server: Sudesh Agrawal, Jack Dongarra, Keith Seymour, and Sathish Vadhiyar, University of Tennessee (Abstract )
  6. Ninf-G: a GridRPC system on the Globus Toolkit : Hidemoto Nakada, Yoshio Tanaka, Satoshi Matsuoka, Staoshi Sekiguchi, Tokyo and Tsukuba (Abstract)
  7. Commodity Grid Kits - Middleware for Building Grid Computing Environments} : Gregor von Laszewski, Jarek Gawor, Sriram Krishnan, and Keith Jackson, Argonne and LBL National Laboratories, Indiana University, (Abstract )
  8. Grid Portal Development Toolkit: Jason Novotny (Reprinted from Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience) (Abstract)
  9. Building Grid Computing Portals: The NPACI Grid Portal Toolkit: Mary Thomas Texas and Jay Boisseau Univ. of Texas (Abstract)
  10. Unicore and the Open Grid Services Architecture: David Snelling Fujitsu (Abstract )
  11. Distributed object-based grid computing environments : Tom Haupt and Marlon Pierce, Mississippi State and Indiana University (Abstract )
  12. Discover and Computational Steering: V. Mann and M. Parashar, Rutgers (Abstract )
  13. Grid Resource Allocation and Control Using Computational Economies : Rich Wolski, Todd Bryan, James Plank, John Brevik, UC Santa Barbara, University of Tennessee, Wheaton College (Abstract )
  14. Parameter Sweeps on the Grid with APST: Henri Casanova and Fran Berman, SDSC and UC San Diego (Abstract )
  15. Storage Manager and File Transfer Web Services: William A. Watson, Ying Chen, Jie Chen, Walt Akers, Jefferson National Laboratory (Abstract )

D: Grid Applications

  1. Overview of Grid Applications Fran Berman, Geoffrey Fox and Tony Hey (Abstract )
  2. The Data Deluge: An e-Science Perspective: Tony Hey and Anne Trefethen UK e-Science Core Program and University of Southampton (Abstract)
  3. Metacomputing Larry Smarr and Charles E. Catlett, (Abstract )
  4. Grids and the Virtual Observatory: Roy Williams CACR Caltech (Abstract )
  5. Data Intensive Grids for High Energy Physics: Julian Bunn and Harvey Newman Caltech (Abstract )
  6. The New Biology and the Grid: Phil Bourne Kim Baldridge, SDSC and UC San Diego (Abstract )
  7. eDiamond: a grid-enabled federated database of annotated mammograms: Michael Brady, David Gavaghan, Andrew Simpson, Miguel Mulet Parada, Ralph Highnam; Medical Vision and Computing Laboratories at Oxford, Mirada Solutions Limited (Abstract )
  8. Combinatorial Chemistry and the Grid J. G. Frey, M. Bradley, J. W. Essex, M.B. Hursthouse, S. M. Lewis, M. M. Luck, L. A.V.M. Moreau, D.C. De Roure, M. Surridge, A. H. Welsh; Department of Chemistry, Department of Electronics & Computer Science, and Department of Mathematics; University of Southampton (Abstract )
  9. Education and the Enterprise with the Grid: Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University (Abstract )

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