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A Modelling Notation for Grid Computing

A Modelling Notation for Grid Computing
A Modelling Notation for Grid Computing
Script is a modelling language designed for Grid computing. This modelling language can be used to model and check the correctness of global-size grid-based applications. Script models the abstract of applications. It provides simple structure to define the model and basic reductions to describe the actions. It uses assertions for the initial state and conditions, and intends to achieve the final state defined as goal(s), so the user can check the correctness. A graphic based model checker is also provided for Script to animate, check and verify the models. In this paper, the structure of Script model is introduced and scenarios will be modelled to show how Script models are used.
Lee, Yih-Jiun
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Henderson, Peter
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Lee, Yih-Jiun
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Henderson, Peter
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Lee, Yih-Jiun and Henderson, Peter (2005) A Modelling Notation for Grid Computing. At The Workshop of International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security The Workshop of International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security, China. 15 - 19 Dec 2005.

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Script is a modelling language designed for Grid computing. This modelling language can be used to model and check the correctness of global-size grid-based applications. Script models the abstract of applications. It provides simple structure to define the model and basic reductions to describe the actions. It uses assertions for the initial state and conditions, and intends to achieve the final state defined as goal(s), so the user can check the correctness. A graphic based model checker is also provided for Script to animate, check and verify the models. In this paper, the structure of Script model is introduced and scenarios will be modelled to show how Script models are used.

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Published date: 2005
Additional Information: Event Dates: 15-19 December 2005
Venue - Dates: The Workshop of International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security, China, 2005-12-15 - 2005-12-19
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 261060
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/261060
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Date deposited: 05 Oct 2005
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:05

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