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This quantity contains the edited court cases of the second one CoreGRID Integration Workshop, CGIW'2006, held October 2006 in Krakow, Poland. A "Network of Excellence" funded through the eu Commission’s 6th Framework application, CoreGRID goals to reinforce and enhance medical and technological excellence within the zone of Grid and Peer-to-Peer applied sciences through bringing jointly a severe mass of well-established researchers from forty-one eu study associations. Designed for a certified viewers of practitioners and researchers, the amount is additionally appropriate for advanced-level scholars in desktop technological know-how.
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In other words, if we reschedule the task as soon as the error in the checkpoint is detected, W represents the maximum time that we can save, relatively to the compare-at-end approach, with a single error detection. However, in the regular strategy, the computation time can be even worse than T + W , because other errors can delay the task even further. Hence, if we are able to calculate W , we can have a measure of the advantage of detecting errors by comparing intermediate checkpoints. To calculate the expected value of W , we proceed as follows (we omit the probability of not having any error, as there is no gain in that case): m pq E[W ] = i=1 i−1 m−i · T m m q = Tp i=1 i−1 1 − m m i · q i−1 i=1 (1) 19 Validating Desktop Grid Results by Comparing Intermediate Checkpoints Where q = 1 − p.
Checkpointing is a common solution to cope with volatility, and some support exists for application-level checkpointing in desktop grid middleware, such as BOINC and XtremWeb . Result correctness of computations performed on volunteer resources is an important issue, since interpreting incorrect results as correct can be worse than no results at all. A major source of result incorrectness is faulty hardware. In , Anderson cites overclocking as a significant cause of faulty computations in projects that resort to the BOINC framework.