By Zoltan Juhasz, Peter Kacsuk, Dieter Kranzlmuller
DAPSY (Austrian-Hungarian Workshop on dispensed and Parallel structures) is a world convention sequence with biannual occasions devoted to all points of dispensed and parallel computing. DAPSY begun below a unique identify in 1992 (Sopron, Hungary) as local assembly of Austrian and Hungarian researchers targeting transputer-related parallel computing; a scorching learn subject of that point. A moment workshop in 1994 (Budapest, Hungary). As transputers grew to become historical past, the scope of the workshop widened to incorporate parallel and disbursed structures normally and the first DAPSYS in 1996 (Miskolc, Hungary) mirrored the result of those changes.
Distributed and Parallel platforms: Cluster and Grid Computingis an edited quantity according to DAPSYS, 2004, the fifth Austrian-Hungarian Workshop on disbursed and Parallel structures. The workshop was once held along with EuroPVM/MPI-2004, Budapest, Hungary September 19-22, 2004.
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One important common feature in all these Virtual Laboratories projects is the fact that they base their research work on the Grid technology. Furthermore, a number of these projects try to tackle problems related to a specific type of E-application. At Johns Hopkins University researchers are aiming at building a virtual environment for education over the WWW. Their counterparts in Germany are working on a collaborative environment to allow performing experiments in geographically distributed groups.
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Rudolph, “Parallel Job Scheduling: Issues and Approaches” Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 949, p. , 1995.  M. Baker, B. Carpenter, G. Fox and Sung Hoon Koo, “mpiJava: An Object-Oriented Java Interface to MPI”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1586, p. , 1999. O. nl Abstract This paper addresses the issues of building Virtual Laboratory environments and presents architecture of VL-E - a Grid-enabled virtual laboratory being developed at University of Amsterdam. The Virtual Laboratory concepts are usually described as having the objective to bridge the gap between the application layer and lower layers that compose the infrastructure needed to support these applications.