CHALLENGES OF USING UNSTRUCTURED P2P SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT DISTRIBUTED EXASCALE COMPUTING
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Volume 2 (1), June 2019, Pages 3-6
Zohreh Esmaeili Bidhendi, Pouria Fakhri, Ehsan Mousavi Khaneghah
The formation of dynamic and interactive events in distributed Exascale systems makes it impossible to use pre-defined response structures to manage the requirements of scientific applications. The nature of the dynamic and interactive events is such that there is a need for scalability and creating new structures to meet the processes’ requirements. In unstructured P2P systems, resource discovery activity and responding the process requests are normally based on the absence of a specific and pre-defined structure. Emphasizing the concept of the lack of a response structure in distributed Exascale and unstructured P2P systems, this paper tends to address the challenges of employing the manager of these types of systems in distributed Exascale systems.
Distributed Exascale Systems, Unstructured P2P, Response Structure, Scalability.
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