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Quantitative Quality of Service for Grid Computing
Grid workflows are becoming a mainstream paradigm for implementing complex grid applications. In addition to existing grid enabling techniques, various grid ensuring techniques are emerging, e.g. workflow analysis and temporal reasoning, to probe potential pitfalls and errors and guarantee quality of services (QoS) at a design phase. A new state π calculus is proposed in this work, which not only enables flexible abstraction and management of historical grid system events, but also facilitatesdoi:10.4018/978-1-60566-370-8.ch003 fatcat:n2ke2i7x35ebfjkc2bzjyjuua4