Conference Proceeding Article
In this paper, we describe our work on using the Tycoon system developed by HP Labs to provide a market-based resource allocation and bidding framework for a grid. We discuss how we intend to evaluate the feasibility of the Tycoon system by measuring its economic performance using agent-based simulation experiments for a particular type of grid usage scenario, namely, the digital media market scenario. We will also discuss a related effort in collecting and using real grid data from the National Grid Pilot Platform in Singapore and how we will be using real data collected to derive actual usage patterns to verify the demand models used in the experiments. Lastly, we discuss the impact and significance of our work in the design and execution of commercialized grid business models for the digital media grid market hub.
Asian Studies | Computer Sciences | Management Information Systems
Information Systems and Management
GECON 2006: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Grid Economics and Business Models: Singapore, 16 May 2006
Lee, Hing-Yan; Miller, Steven
City or Country
OH, Danny; MILLER, Steven; and HU, Nan.
Experimental and Empirical Perspectives on Grid Resource Allocation for the Singapore Market. (2006). GECON 2006: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Grid Economics and Business Models: Singapore, 16 May 2006. 13-23. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sis_research/598
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