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In Section 3 an overview of the functionality of the VP is given, while the subsequent sections elaborate the steps of the visualization planning process. Finally an outlook on future work concludes the paper. 2. Related Work Various approaches have already been studied in the field of scheduling for distributed applications. A good survey of the problems arising is given in [1]. This paper focuses on the scheduling problem for distributed applications communicating over heterogenous networks. The described approach focuses on providing a specific scheduler for each application, thus taking into account the application specific requirements.

In Section 4, we describe our testbed environment and summarize our experimental results. Section 5 contains conclusions and outlines directions for future work. 2. The Virtual Shared Memory Paradigm In this section, we give a brief introduction into UPC and CORSO, the two representatives of the VSM model investigated in this paper. , 2003]) is a parallel extension of the ANSI C standard for distributed shared memory computers. It supports high performance scientific applications. In the UPC programming model, one or more threads are working independently, and the number of threads is fixed either at compile time or at run-time.

1586, p. , 1999. O. nl Abstract This paper addresses the issues of building Virtual Laboratory environments and presents architecture of VL-E - a Grid-enabled virtual laboratory being developed at University of Amsterdam. The Virtual Laboratory concepts are usually described as having the objective to bridge the gap between the application layer and lower layers that compose the infrastructure needed to support these applications. In the Grid environment the core layer of middleware is usually provided by toolkits like Globus ([Foster and Kesselman, 1998]) that enable low-level functionality and encourage building higher level toolkits that would offer new facilities, such as a robust access to different management facilities, adequate fault tolerance in distributed systems, reliable super-scheduling techniques, workflow support, web portal technology, advanced information management techniques and virtual reality visualization.

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