%T Interactive Computing with the Minimum intrusion Grid (MiG)
%A John Markus Bjørndalen, Otto J. Anshus, Brian Vinter
%E Jan F. Broenink, Herman Roebbers, Johan P. E. Sunter, Peter H. Welch, David C. Wood
%B Communicating Process Architectures 2005
%X Grid computing is finally starting to provide solutions for
capacity computing, that is problem solving where there is a
large number of independent tasks for execution. This paper
describes the experiences with using Grid for capability
computing, i.e. solving a single task efficiently. The
chosen capability application is driving a very large
display which requires enormous processing power due to its
huge graphic resolution (7168 x 3072 pixels). Though we use
an advanced Grid middleware, the conclusion is that new
features are required to provide such coordinated
calculations as the present application requires.
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