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Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Alexandre DENIS. Meta-communications in component-based communication frameworks for grids. Cluster Computing, 10(3):253-263, June 2007. [WWW] [doi:10.1007/s10586-007-0036-5] Keyword(s): PadicoTM, Component, Grid.
    @Article{Den07ClusterComputing,
    author = {Alexandre DENIS},
    title = {Meta-communications in component-based communication frameworks for grids},
    journal = {Cluster Computing},
    publisher = {Springer},
    year = {2007},
    volume = {10},
    number = {3},
    doi = {10.1007/s10586-007-0036-5},
    issn = {1386-7857},
    pages = {253-263},
    month = JUN,
    url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/70263656h168q101/?p=a9dc8ec5139348ff91ddd46a429cd3d5&pi=5},
    keywords = {PadicoTM, Component, Grid} 
    }
    


  2. Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Nathalie Furmento, Jeremy Cohen, Murtaza Gulamali, Laurie Young, Ali Afzal, Steven Newhouse, and John Darlington. Component Models and Systems for Grid Applications, volume 1 of CoreGRID series, chapter ICENI: An Integrated Grid Middleware to Support e-Science, pages 109-124. Springer, June 2004. [WWW] Keyword(s): Components, Grid Middleware, ICENI, Scheduling, Performance, Service Oriented Architecture.
    @InBook{MMFCGYAND04a,
    author = {Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Nathalie Furmento and Jeremy Cohen and Murtaza Gulamali and Laurie Young and Ali Afzal and Steven Newhouse and John Darlington},
    editor = {V. Getov and T. Kielmann},
    title = {{Component Models and Systems for Grid Applications}},
    chapter = {{ICENI: An Integrated Grid Middleware to Support e-Science}},
    publisher = {Springer},
    year = 2004,
    volume = 1,
    series = {CoreGRID series},
    month = jun,
    pages = {109-124},
    abstract = {Scientists now have a greater desire to undertake work within global collaborations. This increases their dependence on distributed computation, storage and data resources. For this new paradigm of e-research to be easily adopted by the applied science community, it needs to be enabled by a new software infrastructure - Grid middleware. In this paper, we describe ICENI, an integrated Grid middleware that explores the services and meta-data necessary to support e-research within a variety of application domains. We focus on the services that we feel are necessary to facilitate Grid use, ranging from running a simple self contained application through to building a simulation from scientific software components distributed across a Grid, selecting the optimal combination of services to enact the simulation and paying for them on demand.
    Keywords: Grid Middleware, OGSA, Component Programming Model, e-Science, Scheduling, Performance, Advanced Reservations, Meta-data.}, projects = {GENIE,ICENI,Reality Grid}, keywords = {Components,Grid Middleware,ICENI,Scheduling,Performance,Service Oriented Architecture}, url = {http://www.springeronline.com/alert/article?a=0_b_38b3_3efsnr_6} }


  3. Nathalie Furmento, Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Steven Newhouse, Tony Field, and John Darlington. ICENI: Optimisation of Component Applications within a Grid Environment. Journal of Parallel Computing, 28(12):1753-1772, 2002. [WWW]
    @Article{FMMNFD02b,
    author = {Nathalie Furmento and Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Steven Newhouse and Tony Field and John Darlington},
    title = {{ICENI: Optimisation of Component Applications within a Grid Environment}},
    journal = {Journal of Parallel Computing},
    year = 2002,
    volume = 28,
    number = 12,
    pages = {1753-1772},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-8191(02)00187-4},
    abstract = {Effective exploitation of Computational Grids can only be achieved when applications are fully integrated with the Grid middleware and the underlying computational resources. Fundamental to this exploitation is information. Information about the structure and behaviour of the application, the capability of the computational and networking resources, and the availability and access to these resources by an individual, a group or an organisation.
    In this paper we describe ICENI (Imperial College e-Science Networked Infrastructure), a Grid middleware framework developed within the London e-Science Centre. ICENI is a platform independent framework that uses open and extensible XML derived protocols, within a framework built using Java and Jini, to explore effective application execution upon distributed federated resources. We match a high-level application specification, defined as a network of components, to an optimal combination of the currently available component implementations within our Grid environment, by using composite performance models. We demonstrate the effectiveness of this architecture through the high-level specification and solution of a set of linear equations by automatic and selection of optimal resources and implementations.}, projects = {HP Components} }


Conference articles

  1. Alexandre DENIS. Meta-communications in Component-based Communnication Frameworks for Grids. In HPC Grid programming Environments and COmponents (HPC-GECO), workshop held in conjunction with HPDC-15, Paris, pages 77-84, June 2006. IEEE. [WWW] Keyword(s): PadicoTM, Grid, Component.
    @InProceedings{Den06HPCGECO,
    author = {Alexandre DENIS},
    title = {Meta-communications in Component-based Communnication Frameworks for Grids},
    booktitle = {HPC Grid programming Environments and COmponents (HPC-GECO), workshop held in conjunction with HPDC-15},
    pages = {77--84},
    year = 2006,
    address = {Paris},
    month = JUN,
    publisher = {IEEE},
    url = {http://hal.inria.fr/inria-00090066},
    keywords = {PadicoTM, Grid, Component} 
    }
    


  2. Alexandre Denis, Christian Pérez, Thierry Priol, and André Ribes. Bringing High Performance to the CORBA Component Model. In SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, February 2004. [WWW] Keyword(s): Component, PACO, CORBA, Grid.
    @InProceedings{DenPerPriRib04PP,
    AUTHOR = {Denis, Alexandre and P{\'e}rez, Christian and Priol, Thierry and Ribes, Andr{\'e}},
    TITLE = {Bringing High Performance to the CORBA Component Model},
    YEAR = {2004},
    MONTH = {February},
    BOOKTITLE = {SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing},
    URL = {http://www.irisa.fr/paris/Biblio/Papers/Perez/DenPerPriRib04PP.txt},
    KEYWORDS = {Component, PACO, CORBA, Grid} 
    }
    


  3. Alexandre Denis, Christian Pérez, Thierry Priol, and André Ribes. Padico: A Component-Based Software Infrastructure for Grid Computing. In 17th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2003), Nice, France, April 2003. IEEE Computer Society. [WWW] Keyword(s): Component, PadicoTM, CORBA, Grid, PACO.
    @InProceedings{ DenPerPriRib03IPDPS,
    Author = {Alexandre Denis and Christian Pérez and Thierry Priol and André Ribes},
    Title = {{Padico}: A Component-Based Software Infrastructure for Grid Computing},
    Booktitle = {17th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2003)},
    Year = 2003,
    Address = {Nice, France},
    Month = APR,
    Publisher = {IEEE Computer Society},
    KEYWORDS = {Component,PadicoTM,CORBA,Grid,PACO},
    Url = {http://hal.inria.fr/inria-00000134/} 
    
    
    }
    


  4. Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Nathalie Furmento, William Lee, Steven Newhouse, and John Darlington. ICENI Dataflow and Workflow: Composition and Scheduling in Space and Time. In UK e-Science All Hands Meeting, Nottingham, UK, pages 627-634, September 2003. Note: ISBN 1-904425-11-9. [WWW] Keyword(s): ICENI, Components, Scheduling, Workflow.
    @InProceedings{MMFLND03a,
    title = {{ICENI Dataflow and Workflow: Composition and Scheduling in Space and Time}},
    author = {Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Nathalie Furmento and William Lee and Steven Newhouse and John Darlington},
    booktitle = {UK e-Science All Hands Meeting},
    note = {ISBN 1-904425-11-9},
    month = sep,
    year = 2003,
    address = {Nottingham, UK},
    pages = {627-634},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/dataflowWorkflow.pdf},
    slides = {},
    abstract = {With the prevalence of component based and service oriented architectures used to support e-Science activities, we examine different views of application composition supported within these systems, which tend to be spatial composition in the former case, and temporal composition (workflow) in the latter. We consider the advantages of each view; spatial composition enables, dynamic programming, while temporal composition provides information useful for performance analysis. ICENI uses a spatial composition view to allow maximum flexibility, but provides an inferred temporal composition to support scheduling optimisation. We describe the graph based language used to annotate component behaviours, and discuss optimisations derived from estimating execution time - with or without loops - and resource sharing. Two examples drawn from e-Science pilot pro jects are used to illustrate these techniques.},
    projects = {ICENI},
    keywords = {ICENI,Components,Scheduling,Workflow},
    
    }
    


  5. Nathalie Furmento, Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Steven Newhouse, and John Darlington. A Component Framework for HPC Applications. In 7th International Euro-Par Conference, volume 2150 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Manchester, UK, pages 540-548, August 2001. [WWW] Keyword(s): Components.
    @InProceedings{FMMND01a,
    author = {Nathalie Furmento and Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Steven Newhouse and John Darlington},
    title = {{A Component Framework for HPC Applications}},
    booktitle = {7th International Euro-Par Conference},
    pages = {540-548},
    year = 2001,
    volume = 2150,
    series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
    address = {Manchester, UK},
    month = aug,
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/EuroPar2001_Component.pdf},
    slides = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/EUROPAR2001_Component_slides.pdf},
    abstract = {We describe a general component software framework designed for demanding grid environments that provides optimal performance for the assembled component application. This is achieved by separating the high level abstract description of the composition from the low level implementations. These implementations are chosen at run time by performance analysis of the composed application on the currently available resources. We show through the solution of a simple linear algebra problem that the framework introduces minimal overheads while always selecting the most effective implementation.
    Keywords: Component Composition, Grid Computing, Performance Optimisation, High Level Abstraction.}, projects = {HP Components}, keywords = {Components} }


  6. Nathalie Furmento, Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Steven Newhouse, Tony Field, and John Darlington. An Integrated Grid Environment for Component Applications. In Craig A. Lee, editor, 2nd International Workshop on Grid Computing, Grid 2001, volume 2242 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Denver, USA, November 2001. [WWW] Keyword(s): Jini, Computational Grid.
    @InProceedings{FNNNFD01b,
    author = {Nathalie Furmento and Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Steven Newhouse and Tony Field and John Darlington},
    title = {{An Integrated Grid Environment for Component Applications}},
    editor = {Craig A. Lee},
    booktitle = {2nd International Workshop on Grid Computing, Grid 2001},
    year = 2001,
    address = {Denver, USA},
    month = nov,
    volume = 2242,
    series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/GRID2001.pdf},
    slides = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/GRID2001_slides.pdf},
    abstract = {Computational grids present many obstacles to their effective exploitation by non-trivial applications. We present a grid middleware, implemented using Java and Jini, that eliminates these obstacles through the intelligent use of meta-data relating to the structure, behaviour and performance of an application. We demonstrate how different problem sizes and selection criteria (minimum execution time or minimum cost) utilise different implementations for the optimal solution of a set of linear equations.},
    projects = {HP Components},
    keywords = {Jini,Computational Grid} 
    }
    


  7. Nathalie Furmento, Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Steven Newhouse, Tony Field, and John Darlington. Optimisation of Component-based Applications within a Grid Environment. In SuperComputing 2001, Denver, USA, November 2001. [WWW] Keyword(s): Components.
    @InProceedings{FMMNFD01a,
    author = {Nathalie Furmento and Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Steven Newhouse and Tony Field and John Darlington},
    title = {{Optimisation of Component-based Applications within a Grid Environment}},
    booktitle = {SuperComputing 2001},
    year = {2001},
    address = {Denver, USA},
    month = nov,
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/SC2001.pdf},
    slides = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/SC2001_slides.pdf},
    abstract = {Effective exploitation of computational grids can only be achieved when applications are fully integrated with the grid middleware and the underlying computational resources. Fundamental to this exploitation is information. Information about the structure and behaviour of the application, the capability of the computational and networking resources, and the availability and access to these resources by an individual, a group or an organisation.
    This paper describes an integrated grid environment that is open, extensible and platform independent. We match a high-level application specification, defined as a network of components, to an optimal combination of the currently available component implementations within our grid environment. We demonstrate the effectiveness of this architecture through high-level specification and solution of a set of linear equations by automatic and optimal resource and implementation selection. }, projects = {HP Components}, keywords = {Components} }


  8. Francoise Baude, Fabrice Belloncle, Jean-Claude Bermond, Denis Caromel, Olivier Dalle, Eric Darrot, Olivier Delmas, Nathalie Furmento, Bruno Gaujal, Philippe Mussi, Stéphane Pérennes, Yves Roudier, Günther Siegel, and Michel Syska. The SLOOP project: Simulations, Parallel Object-Oriented Languages, Interconnection Networks. In 2nd European School of Computer Science, Parallel Programming Environments for High Performance Computing (ESPPE'96), Alpe d'Huez, France, pages 85-88, April 1996.
    @INPROCEEDINGS{SLOOP96a,
    AUTHOR = {Francoise Baude and Fabrice Belloncle and Jean-Claude Bermond and Denis Caromel and Olivier Dalle and Eric Darrot and Olivier Delmas and Nathalie Furmento and Bruno Gaujal and Philippe Mussi and St\'ephane P\'erennes and Yves Roudier and G\"unther Siegel and Michel Syska},
    ADDRESS = {Alpe d'Huez, France},
    BOOKTITLE = {{2nd European School of Computer Science, Parallel Programming Environments for High Performance Computing (ESPPE'96)}},
    MONTH = apr,
    PAGES = {85-88},
    TITLE = {{The SLOOP project: Simulations, Parallel Object-Oriented Languages, Interconnection Networks}},
    YEAR = {1996},
    ABSTRACT = {We give an overwiew of the SLOOP project. A synthetic version of its organization, and each component are presented. This presentation however, primarily focuses on the parallel object-oriented language and simulation aspects.} 
    }
    


  9. Francois Baccelli, Nathalie Furmento, and Bruno Gaujal. Parallel and Distributed Simulation of Free Choice Nets. In PADS'95 ACM/IEEE SCS 9th Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Lake Placid, New-York, USA, June 1995. [WWW]
    @INPROCEEDINGS{BFG95a,
    AUTHOR = {Francois Baccelli and Nathalie Furmento and Bruno Gaujal},
    ADDRESS = {{Lake Placid, New-York, USA}},
    BOOKTITLE = {{PADS'95 ACM/IEEE SCS 9th Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation}},
    MONTH = jun,
    TITLE = {{Parallel and Distributed Simulation of Free Choice Nets}},
    YEAR = {1995},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/nice/pads95.ps},
    ABSTRACT = {In this paper, we present two new methods to simulate Petri Net : a data parallel simulation and a distributed simulation. Both simulations use an equational representation of the net in the so called (min, +) algebra. The data parallel simulation is based on the use of matrix representation of these equations, and the distributed simulation on the decomposition of a Petri Net into marked graph components.} 
    }
    


Internal reports

  1. Alexandre Denis, Christian Pérez, Thierry Priol, and André Ribes. Padico: A Component-Based Software Infrastructure for Grid Computing. Research Report RR-4974, INRIA, IRISA, Rennes, France, October 2003. Note: Version INRIA de \citeDenPerPriRib03IPDPS. [WWW] Keyword(s): Component, PACO, PadicoTM, CORBA, Grid.
    @TechReport{ DenPerPriRib03RR4974,
    Author = {Alexandre Denis and Christian Pérez and Thierry Priol AND André Ribes},
    Title = {{Padico}: A Component-Based Software Infrastructure for Grid Computing},
    Institution = {INRIA},
    Year = 2003,
    Type = {Research Report},
    Number = {RR-4974},
    Address = {IRISA, Rennes, France},
    Month = OCT,
    Note = {Version INRIA de~\cite{DenPerPriRib03IPDPS}},
    Url = {http://www.inria.fr/rrrt/rr-4974.html},
    KEYWORDS = {Component,PACO,PadicoTM,CORBA,Grid} 
    }
    


  2. Nathalie Furmento, Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Steven Newhouse, and John Darlington. Performance Models for Linear Solvers within a Component Framework. Technical report, ICPC, 2001. [WWW] Keyword(s): Components, Performance.
    @TechReport{FMMND01b,
    author = {Nathalie Furmento and Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Steven Newhouse and John Darlington},
    title = {{P}erformance {M}odels for {L}inear {S}olvers within a {C}omponent {F}ramework},
    institution = {ICPC},
    year = 2001,
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/TR_ICENI_2001a.pdf},
    abstract = {This technical report details the performance models used for determining the most optimal selection of components for our system. The techniques for generating these performance models is also described.},
    projects = {HP Components},
    keywords = {Components,Performance} 
    }
    


Miscellaneous

  1. Nathalie Furmento, Anthony Mayer, Steve McGough, Steven Newhouse, Tony Field, and John Darlington. ICENI: Optimising Component Applications within a Grid Environment, July 2002. Note: SIAM 50th Anniversary and 2002 Annual Meeting, Software Components for High-Performance Scientific Computing, Activity Group on Supercomputing, Invited contribution. [WWW] Keyword(s): Components, Computational Grid.
    @Presentation{FMMNFD02a,
    author = {Nathalie Furmento and Anthony Mayer and Steve McGough and Steven Newhouse and Tony Field and John Darlington},
    title = {{ICENI: Optimising Component Applications within a Grid Environment}},
    note = {SIAM 50th Anniversary and 2002 Annual Meeting, Software Components for High-Performance Scientific Computing, Activity Group on Supercomputing, Invited contribution},
    month = jul,
    year = {2002},
    address = {Philadelphia, USA},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/imperial/SIAM50.pdf},
    slides = {},
    abstract = {This presentation will discuss ICENI (the Imperial College e-Science Networked Infrastructure), a platform independent Grid middleware framework that uses open and extensible XML derived protocols, implemented using Java and Jini, to explore effective application execution upon distributed federated resources. It captures and exploits meta-data relating to the structure and behaviour of the applications, the capability of the computational and networking resources, and the availability and access to these resources by an individual, a group or an organisation.},
    projects = {HP Components},
    keywords = {Components,Computational Grid} 
    }
    



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