Shared event model, Grid-based collaboration
The Internet is a global infrastructure that brings resources and people together. Diverse fields are prospering on it, such as Grid computing and collaboration. We demonstrate the Grid-based Collaboration idea by making three interface applications collaborative between computers over networks, using a common message broker as the underlying communication system. To achieve the global collaboration, we have brought together in the research a Grid-based Collaboration paradigm, a Shared Event model, different implementing structures, methodologies and technologies. We describe the applications’ event structures in messages coordinating the Grid-base collaboration. We further abstract the collaboration of the applications to be collaboration between paradigms with message as the glue or the key, and point out the implications from this.
Wang, Minjun; Fox, Geoffrey C.; and Pierce, Marlon, "Instantiations of Shared Event Model in Grid-based Collaboration" (2005). Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 143.