The papers currently available here are those presented at the workshop. The definitive versions of these papers are available from Springer (see below).
"Modeling User Runtime Estimates"
Dan Tsafrir, Yoav Etsion, and Dror G. Feitelson
"Workload Analysis of a Cluster in a Grid Environment"
"ScoPred---Scalable User-Directed Performance
Prediction Using Complexity Modeling and Historical Data"
Benjamin J. Lafreniere and Angela C. Sodan
"Open Job Management Architecture for the
Yariv Aridor, Tamar Domany, Oleg Goldshmidt, Yevgeny Kliteynik, Jose Moreira, and Edi Shmueli
"AnthillSched: A Scheduling Strategy for
Irregular and Iterative I/O-Intensive Parallel Jobs"
Luis Fabricio Goes, Pedro Guerra, Bruno Coutinho, Leonardo Rocha, Wagner Meira, Renato Ferreira, Dorgival Guedes, and Walfredo Cirne
"An Extended Evaluation of Two-Phase Scheduling
Methods for Animation Rendering"
Yunhong Zhou, Terence Kelly, Janet Wiener, and Eric Anderson
"Co-Scheduling with User-Settable
Kenneth Yoshimoto, Patricia Kovatch, and Phil Andrews
"Scheduling moldable BSP tasks"
Pierre-Francois Dutot, Marco A. S. Netto, Alfredo Goldman, and Fabio Kon
"Evolving Toward the Perfect Schedule:
Co-scheduling Job Assignments and Data Replication in Wide-Area
Systems Using a Genetic Algorithm"
Thomas Phan, Kavitha Ranganathan, and Radu Sion
"Wave Scheduler: Scheduling for Faster
Turnaround Time in Peer-Based Desktop Grid Systems"
Dayi Zhou and Virginia Lo
"Enhancing Security of Real-Time Applications
on Grids through Dynamic Scheduling"
Tao Xie and Xiao Qin
"Unfairness Metrics for Space-Sharing Parallel
Gerald Sabin and P. Sadayappan
"Pitfalls in Parallel Job Scheduling Evaluation"
Eitan Frachtenberg and Dror G. Feitelson
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