Self-adjusting P2P and Grid Systems - Reupholster an armchair
Self-adjusting P2P and Grid Systems. Ref. TIN2007-68050-C03
P2PGRID project is focused on the design of innovative large scale distributed systems, decentralized, able to adapt to complex environments – in terms of infrastructure or use- and heterogeneous in the access to communication and computation resources.
A key goal is the use of economic algorithms in order to create a Grid infrastructure with efficient resource allocation mechanisms. It is thus necessary the study, design, and evaluation of resource allocation algorithms in distributed computation systems. Such systems must take into account several variables --like client demand, resource state and availability, and the competition among services—to provide decentralized and autonomous system adaptivity.
Another important objective is the creation of a peer-to-peer middleware infrastructure providing advanced services as indirection, resource location, content distribution and access, and efficient communication channels for scalable group communication. We will also design novel programming abstractions for constructing fault-tolerant wide-area applications on top of the infrastructure. We outline three main research challenges: the design of adaptive and self-adjusting mechanisms for heterogeneous resources and environments, the convergence of Web, P2P and Grid systems, and the future support for millions of mobile devices (local/global access).
P2PGRID merges researchers in the Grid and peer-to-peer settings in order to achieve constructive synergies between efficient resource assignment algorithms and scalable routing and data distribution techniques available in both approaches. The unifying e-services frame enables the construction of generic infrastructures capable of solving problems in contexts of applications adapted to context/ambient, collaborative work or distributed wide-area services.
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) (TIN2007-68050-C03-01)
Leandro Navarro Moldes (PhD)
Felix Freitag (PhD)
Antonia Gallardo Gómez
- Lluis Pamies-Juarez, Pedro García López and Marc Sánchez-Artigas. Rewarding Stability in Peer-to-Peer Backup Systems. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Conference on Networks (ICON 2008).
- Marc Sánchez-Artigas, Pedro García López, Antonio G. Skarmeta, "On the Feasibility of Dynamic Superpeer Ratio Maintenance", In Proc. of 8th IEEE Intl. Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing, (P2P'08), Aaschen, Germany, September, 2008
- Marc Sánchez-Artigas, Pedro García López, Antonio G. Skarmeta, "Subrange Caching: Handling Popular Range Queries in DHTs", in Proc. 1st International Conference on Data Management in Grid and P2P Systems (Globe'2008), Turin, Italy, September, 2008.
- Jordi Pujol Ahulló, Pedro García López and Antonio F. Gómez Skarmeta. CAPS: Content-bAsed Publish/Subscribe services for peer-to-peer systems. In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems (DEBS'08). Rome, Italy, 1-4 July 2008.
- Marc Sánchez-Artigas, Pedro García López and Antonio Gómez Skarmeta,"Secure Forwarding in DHTs - Is Redundancy the Key to Robustness?", 14th International Euro-Par Conference European Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing (Euro-Par 2008), August 26-29, 2008, Las Palmas de Gran
Meeting Barcelona (UPC Campus Nord, C6-220)
Jueves mañana (10:00 -13:00)
9:30h Breve presentación del estado del proyecto (Oscar, Pedro, Leandro) y discusión (todos)
Presentaciones de avances:
Breve Presentacion ULabGrid2 (5min; Oscar)
Breve Presentación HGrid (5 min; Antonia)
Objetivo: colaboraciones evaluar DHTs, comparar DHTs versus HGrid, ¿paper con resultados?, ¿dónde intentar publicar?, ect.
Breve Presentación sobre P2P Backup (5 min; LLuis)
Breve Presentación sobre DAOP-P2P (5 min; Ruben)
Breve Presentación jOLSR y OMLSR (5 min; Pedro)
Breve Presentacion Collectives (15 min,
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Upholster an armchair
The technique of upholstering an armchair (in french) is not exactly difficult, but it does require patience and a lot of elbow grease. Follow our little tips!
The necessary equipment
A thick cloth, scissors, brushed aluminum nails, an upholstery hammer, 12 mm seeds and a pair of pliers.
Give a new lease of life to your armchair by renovating the fabric that covers it. Here are the steps to follow!
Remove the old coating
Find the beginning of the braid and shoot it. Remove staples and seeds with a spike or pair of pliers.
Cut the new coating
Note the dimensions of your chair: the backrest, the armrest and the seat. Transcribe the dimensions on your new fabric, lay over the old coverings to get an idea of the shape to cut. Increase the measurements by 20 cm for the backrest and 10 cm for the armrests.
Center the fabric, point it (place the small upholstery nails) on the front and do the same for the back and sides.
When finished, return to the front of the chair and remove the pointed seeds, then stretch the fabric well. Tap again by repeating the same steps.
Place the fabric on the armrest and pinch it to get a rounded shape. Secure with seeds.
From the top of the backrest, stretch the fabric and anchor it with the seeds. Pull down and secure with the seeds. Come back to the top, strain a second time, then point.
Cut the fabric around the edge of the backrest and seat 1 cm from the seeds. Remove the seeds, fold the fabric inside and replace the seeds each time. Then replace the latter with brushed aluminum nails. Remove each seed one at a time and hammer in a nail instead. Place the nails side by side without overlapping them.