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A Self-adaptive Communication Protocol with Application to High Performance Peer to Peer Distributed Computing

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Didier El Baz
The Tung Nguyen
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A self adaptive communication protocol is proposed for peer to peer distributed computing. This protocol can configure itself automatically in function of application requirements and topology changes by choosing the most appropriate communication mode between peers. The protocol was designed in order to be used in conjunction with a decentralized environment for high performance distributed computing. A first set of computational experiments is also presented and analyzed for an optimization application, i.e. nonlinear network flow problems.
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hal-01152898 , version 1 (18-05-2015)

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Didier El Baz, The Tung Nguyen. A Self-adaptive Communication Protocol with Application to High Performance Peer to Peer Distributed Computing. 18th Parallel, Distributed and network based Processing Conference, Feb 2010, Pise, Italy. pp. 323-333, ⟨10.1109/PDP.2010.32⟩. ⟨hal-01152898⟩
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