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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Peer-to-peer computing, the harnessing of idle compute cycles throughout the Internet, offers exciting new research challenges in the converging domains of networking and distributed computing. Our system, Cluster Computing on the Fly, seeks to harvest cycles from ordinary users in an open access, non-institutional environment. We identify four important classes of cycle-sharing applications, each with distinct requirements that call for application-specific scheduling strategies. Our Wavedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-30183-7_22 fatcat:qa3wgnxft5g3lac4hmj2fa2wgi