Grid and Cooperative Computing - GCC 2005: 4th International Conference, Beijing, China, November 30 -- December 3, 2005, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing, GCC 2005, in Beijing, China in November/December 2005.

The 57 revised full papers and 84 revised short papers presented together with 2 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 576 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on grid service and grid security, grid middleware and applications, knowledge grid and semantic grid, resource management, P2P computing and automatic computing, performance evaluation and modeling, and software engineering and cooperative computing.

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Towards Global Collaborative Computing: Opportunities and Challenges of Peer to Peer Networks and Applications.- Towards Global Collaborative Computing: Opportunities and Challenges of Peer to Peer Networks and Applications.- Management of Real-Time Streaming Data Grid Services.- Session 1: Grid Service and Grid Security.- A QoS-Satisfied Interdomain Overlay Multicast Algorithm for Live Media Service Grid.- Automated Immunization Against Denial-of-Service Attacks Featuring Shastic Packet Inspection.- Mobile-Agent-Based Web Service Composition.- Trust Shaping: Adapting Trust Establishment and Management to Application Requirements in a Service-Oriented Grid Environment.- SVM Approach with CTNT to Detect DDoS Attacks in Grid Computing.- Model Transformation Based Verification of Web Services Composition.- A Worm Behavioral Approach to Susceptible Host Detection.- A Dynamic Web Service Selection Strategy with QoS Global Optimization Based on Multi-objective Genetic Algorithm.- A Formal Model for Grid Service Deployment in Grid Service Mining Based on Installation Strategies.- A Grid Accounting Information Service for Site Autonomy.- A KPN Based Cooperative Composition Model of Services.- A Layered Architecture of Service Organization in AegisGrid.- A Multi-agent Framework for Grid Service Workflow Embedded with Coloured Petri Nets.- A New United Certificate Revocation Scheme in Grid Environments.- A Novel Secure Routing System in Overlay Environment.- A Semantic Metadata Catalog Service for Grid.- An ECA-Rule-Based Workflow Management Approach for Web Services Composition.- An Efficient Password Authentication Schemes Without Using the Server Public Key for Grid Computing.- Certificate-Driven Grid Workflow Paradigm Based on Service Computing.- Dynamic-Role Based Access Control Framework Across Multi-domains in Grid Environment.- An Automatic Policy Refinement Mechanism for Policy-Driven Grid Service Systems.- Grid Services Adaptation in a Grid Workflow.- BlogGrid: Towards an Efficient Information Pushing Service on Blogspace.- Research of Security Architecture for P2P Network Based on Trust Management System.- A Time-Frame Based Trust Model for Grids.- Application of Control Engineering Methods to Congestion Control in Differentiated Service Networks.- Research on Semantic-Based Web Services Registry Federation.- A Proxy-Based Dynamic Inheritance of Soft-Device.- Temporal Logical-Based Web Services Architecture Description.- The Design and Implementation of GIS Grid Services.- The Minimization of QoS Deviation in Grid Environment.- The Research on MPC-WS, a Web Service for the Simulation of Metal Powder Compaction Process.- Towards a Framework for Automatic Service Composition in Manufacturing Grid.- Characterizing Services Composeability and OWL-S Based Services Composition.- Session 2: Grid Middleware and Applications.- An Efficient Collective Communication Method Using a Shortest Path Algorithm in a Computational Grid.- MAG: A Mobile Agent Based Computational Grid Platform.- Experiences in Running Workloads over Grid3.- An Efficient Network Information Model Using NWS for Grid Computing Environments.- Flexible Temporal Consistency for Fixed-Time Constraint Verification in Grid Workflow Systems.- An Adaptive Scheduling Algorithm for Molecule Docking Design on Grid.- XML-Based Digital Signature Accelerator in Open Mobile Grid Computing.- Experiences on Parallel Replicated Discrete-Event Simulation on a GRID.- Towards an End-User Programming Environment for the Grid.- TCP/IP Offload Engine Module Supporting Binary Compatibility for Standard Socket Interfaces.- A Hybrid Parallel Loop Scheduling Scheme on Grid Environments.- A Conceptual Modeling Approach to Virtual Organizations in the Grid.- Incorporating Data Movement into Grid Task Scheduling.- An Integration of Global and Enterprise Grid Computing: Gridbus Broker and Xgrid Perspective.- Design and Implementation of a Middleware for Hybrid Switching Networks.- A Dynamic Grid Workflow Model Based On Workflow Component Reuse.- Coordinated Placement and Replacement for Grid-Based Hierarchical Web Caches.- A XML-Based Composition Event Approach as an Integration and Cooperation Middleware.- An Infrastructure for Grid Job Monitoring.- Grid Enabled Master Slave Task Scheduling for Heterogeneous Processor Paradigm.- Optimizing Large File Transfer on Data Grid.- A Parallel Collaborative Algorithm Based on Partial Duality in Interconnected Power Grids.- Monitoring MPI Running Nodes Status for Load Balance.- Scheduling and Executing Heterogeneous Task Graph in Grid Computing Environment.- Agent Technology and Generic Workflow Management in an e-Science Environment.- Session 3: Knowledge Grid and Semantic Grid.- Query Optimization in Database Grid.- Pushing Scientific Documents by Discovering Interest in Information Flow Within E-Science Knowledge Grid.- Schema Adaptation Under Multi-relation Dependencies.- Dart-Dataflow: Towards Communicating Data Semantics in Sensor Grid.- Data Distribution Management Modeling and Implementation on Computational Grid.- Differentiated Application Independent Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Dynamic Models of Knowledge in Virtual Organizations.- Scientific Data Management Architecture for Grid Computing Environments.- Efficient Join Algorithms for Integrating XML Data in Grid Environment.- Integrated k-NN Query Processing Based on Geospatial Data Services.- SGII: Towards Semantic Grid-Based Enterprise Information Integration.- The Architecture of SIG Computing Environment and Its Application to Image Processing.- The Computation of Semantic Data Cube.- Knowledge Acquisition Based on the Global Concept of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps.- The Architecture and Implementation of Resource Space Model System.- Using Fuzzy Cognitive Map to Effectively Classify E-Documents and Application.- Session 4: Resource Management.- A Scalable Resource Locating Service in Vega Grid.- rBundle: An Iterative Combinatorial Auction-Based Approach to Supporting Advance Reservation.- Decentralized Grid Resource Locating Prool Based on Grid Resource Space Model.- A Constellation Resource Discovery Model Based on Scalable Multi-tape Universal Turing Machine.- Replica Placement in Data Grid: A Multi-objective Approach.- Grid Resource Discovery Using Semantic Communities.- Dynamic Multi-stage Resource Selection with Preference Factors in Grid Economy.- On-Demand Resource Allocation for Service Level Guarantee in Grid Environment.- A Prediction-Based Parallel Replication Algorithm in Distributed Storage System.- Reliability-Latency Tradeoffs for Data Gathering in Random-Access Wireless Sensor Networks.- An Optimistic Replication Algorithm to Improve Consistency for Massive Data.- A SLA-Based Resource Donation Mechanism for Service Hosting Utility Center.- Credit in the Grid Resource Management.- Grid Resource Trade Network: Effective Resource Management Model in Grid Computing.- Survivability Analysis of Grid Resource Management System Topology.- SATOR: A Scalable Resource Registration Mechanism Enabling Virtual Organizations of Enterprise Applications.- Collaborating Semantic Link Network with Resource Space Model.- RSM and SLN: Transformation, Normalization and Cooperation.- Contingent Pricing for Resource Advance Reservation Under Capacity Constraints.- Session 5: P2P Computing and Automatic Computing.- Anonymous Communication Systems in P2P Network with Random Agent Nodes.- An Efficient Cluster-Hierarchy Architecture Model ECHP2P for P2P Networks.- Building Efficient Super-Peer Overlay Network for DHT Systems.- Exploiting the Heterogeneity in Structured Peer-to-Peer Systems.- Dynamic Scheduling Mechanism for Result Certification in Peer to Peer Grid Computing.- A Hybrid Peer-to-Peer Media Streaming.- Trust Model Based on Similarity Measure of Vectors in P2P Networks.- A Large Scale Distributed Platform for High Performance Computing.- An Adaptive Service Strategy Based on User Rating in P2P.- P2PGrid: Integrating P2P Networks into the Grid Environment.- An Efficient Content-Based Notification Service Routed over P2P Network.- Distribution of Mobile Agents in Vulnerable Networks.- A Mathematical Foundation for Topology Awareness of P2P Overlay Networks.- SChord: Handling Churn in Chord by Exploiting Node Session Time.- Towards Reputation-Aware Resource Discovery in Peer-to-Peer Networks.- Constructing Fair-Exchange P2P File Market.- A Novel Behavior-Based Peer-to-Peer Trust Model.- A Topology Adaptation Prool for Structured Superpeer Overlay Construction.- A Routing Prool Based on Trust for MANETs.- Dynamic Zone-Balancing of Topology-Aware Peer-to-Peer Networks.- A Localized Algorithm for Minimum-Energy Broadcasting Problem in MANET.- Multipath Traffic Allocation Based on Ant Optimization Algorithm with Reusing Abilities in MANET.- Routing Algorithm Using SkipNet and Small-World for Peer-to-Peer System.- Smart Search over Desirable Topologies: Towards Scalable and Efficient P2P File Sharing.- A Scalable Version Control Layer in P2P File System.- A Framework for Transactional Mobile Agent Execution.- Session 6: Performance Evaluation and Modeling.- Design of the Force Field Task Assignment Method and Associated Performance Evaluation for Desktop Grids.- Performance Investigation of Weighted Meta-scheduling Algorithm for Scientific Grid.- Performance Analysis of Domain Decomposition Applications Using Unbalanced Strategies in Grid Environments.- Cooperative Determination on Cache Replacement Candidates for Transcoding Proxy Caching.- Mathematics Model and Performance Evaluation of a Scalable TCP Congestion Control Prool to LNCS/LNAI Proceedings.- An Active Measurement Approach for Link Faults Monitoring in ISP Networks.- GT-Based Performance Improving for Resource Management of Computational Grid.- The PARNEM: Using Network Emulation to Predict the Correctness and Performance of Applications.- Session 7: Software Engineering and Cooperative Computing.- A Hybrid Workflow Paradigm for Integrating Self-managing Domain-Specific Applications.- Supporting Remote Collaboration Through Structured Activity Logging.- The Implementation of Component Based Web Courseware in Middleware Systems.- A Single-Pass Online Data Mining Algorithm Combined with Control Theory with Limited Memory in Dynamic Data Streams.- An Efficient Heuristic Algorithm for Constructing Delay- and Degree-Bounded Application-Level Multicast Tree.- The Batch Patching Method Using Dynamic Cache of Proxy Cache for Streaming Media.- A Rule-Based Analysis Method for Cooperative Business Applications.- Retargetable Machine-Description System: Multi-layer Architecture Approach.- An Unbalanced Partitioning Scheme for Graph in Heterogeneous Computing.- A Connector Interaction for Software Component Composition with Message Central Processing.- Research on the Fault Tolerance Deployment in Sensor Networks.- The Effect of Router Buffer Size on Queue Length-Based AQM Schemes.- Parallel Web Spiders for Cooperative Information Gathering.

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