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To harvest idle, unused computational resources in networked environments, researchers have proposed different architectures for desktop grid infrastructure. In this paper, we present one such infrastructure, called the Mini-Grid Framework for resource management in ad hoc grids using market-based scheduling and context-based resource and application modeling. The framework proposes peer-to-peer architecture that supports several futures: decentralized task distribution, small scale ad hoc griddoi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.04.099 fatcat:qhswkbum6bgp7hc2o5zrr2wijy