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One of the most difficult tasks is to establish a smart, high efficient, stable, and reliable CSCR platform. We implement the MACM in the platform. There are now 19 virtual organizers in this platform, each service for a special research domain. Each virtual organizer has average 6 nodes, which are located in universities or research institutes. The division of the groups is based on the research field of the centers, the key nodes in each group are chosen, which constitute the kernel group. The services in this CSCR platform are deployed as mobile agents.
Normally the contiguity key nodes form a kernel group. Definition 3. Group, the set includes one node or several nodes, denoted as where is the name of the group. Each group has a layer identifier which means that the group is the ith layer in VO. The node can join in more than one group in VO, which means that each node including key node can belong to two or more than two groups. means that node belongs to group Group is a comparatively stable organization; the nodes belonging to certain group can leave this group and join in another group dynamically.
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