X. Bai, L. Bölöni, D.C. Marinescu, H.J. Siegel, R.A. Daley, and I-J. Wang

A Brokering Framework for Large-Scale Distributed Systems


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X. Bai, L. Bölöni, D.C. Marinescu, H.J. Siegel, R.A. Daley, and I-J. Wang. A Brokering Framework for Large-Scale Distributed Systems. In 15th Heterogeneous Computing Workshop HCW-06, April 2006.

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Abstract:

In this paper we discuss the role of a broker in a market-oriented resource allocation model for large-scale heterogeneous systems. The simplified model is based upon a three party system, consumers-broker-producer. The allocation of resources is determined by their price, their utility to the consumer, and by the satisfaction of the consumer. The role of the broker is to add societal objectives to resource allocation algorithms and to mediate between greedy consumers and selfish providers. A simulation experiment was conducted to study the transient and the steady-state behavior of several performance measures, including the average consumer satisfaction, the average utility, and the hourly revenue.

BibTeX:

@inproceedings{Bai-2006-HCW,
    author = "X. Bai and L. B{\"o}l{\"o}ni and D.C. Marinescu and H.J. Siegel and R.A. Daley and I-J. Wang",
    title = "A Brokering Framework for Large-Scale Distributed Systems",
    booktitle = "15th Heterogeneous Computing Workshop HCW-06",
    year = "2006",
    month = "April",
    location = "Rhodos, Greece",
    abstract = {
       In this paper we discuss the role of a broker in a market-oriented
       resource allocation model for large-scale heterogeneous systems. The
       simplified model is based upon a three party system,
       consumers-broker-producer. The allocation of resources is determined by
       their price, their utility to the consumer, and by the satisfaction of
       the consumer. The role of the broker is to add societal objectives to
       resource allocation algorithms and to mediate between greedy consumers
       and selfish providers. A simulation experiment was conducted to study the
       transient and the steady-state behavior of several performance measures,
       including the average consumer satisfaction, the average utility, and the
       hourly revenue.
    }
}

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