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A peer-to-peer Market for Grid Computing

Uli Harder

National Workshop Paper
6th Workshop on Process Algebra and Stochastically Timed Activities
July, 2007
pp.105–109
Abstract

In one of the latest developments in Grid Computing Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks have become fashionable for the Grid system architecture. The current implementations are either Data Grids or CPU sharing Grids. In this paper we begin to investigate how a P2P network can behave as CPU sharing Grid. In our model the nodes of the network are very simple and either require or offer service for the exchange of money. In our we would like to investigate for instance how the nature of P2P overlay network aspects this Grid economy.

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