María Botón-Fernández, Francisco Prieto-Castrillo, Miguel A. Vega-Rodríguez
10th European Conference on Complex Systems, ECCS 2013
Lugar: Barcelona, Spain
Fecha: 16 al 20 de septiembre de 2013
Tipo: Presentación oral
In the last decade, Complex Network theory has been applied in many disciplines to solve a wide range of problems. In particular, Small-World networks are presented in many natural, biological, social or transport networks.In the present work we apply the Small-World principle for solving the resources selection problem in grid computing environments (distributed systems composed by heterogeneous resources which are geographically dispersed). The proposed model aims to find the most efficient resources in a short number of steps and provides a self-adaptive ability to grid applications.In the present contribution, a summary of this ERS (Efficient Resources Selection) model is exposed. The obtained results are also discussed.