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This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop lawsuits of the sixth overseas Workshop on brokers and Peer-to-Peer Computing, AP2PC 2007, held in Honululu, Hawaii, united states, in might 2007, within the context of the sixth overseas Joint convention on self sustaining brokers and Multi-Agent structures, AAMAS 2007.

The eight revised complete papers offered including 1 precis paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 14 preliminary submissions; they're totally revised to include reviewers' reviews and discussions on the workshop. the quantity is geared up in topical sections on agent and peer belief, functionality and trying out, grid and disbursed computing, in addition to place and seek services.

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2. The scheme works as follows. When there are n surrounding nodes, V = {v1 , v2 , . . , vn }, firstly, the computing progress index (CPI) is used to convert peer operations into a mathematical representation, denoted as Φi for node vi ∈ V . The CPI is a conceptual method to represent various interaction effectively, which can be applied to Min/Max-Plus algebra for further manipulation. In the case of simple interaction, the resulting values can be used directly for hand calculation. For more complicated interactions, J.

Gu et al. ρ 0 during the interval [t2, t3 ]. The computation of node B completes when it transmits the response message. Note that Fig. 4(b) indicates that the time sequence of the CPI can be acquired using local information only. For example, the intervals [t0 , t1 ] and [t4 , t5 ] should be acquired from the local status when the interaction take place. The interval [t2 , t3 ] can be acquired from the peer node. We assume that a node can compute the time interval of its local operation. In [9], several examples are presented to show how CPI can be constructed.

The computation of node A completes when task τa1 is performed at t5 (Φ = 1). The computation of node B starts when it receives a message from node A at t2 . It performs a series of operations and finally returns a response to node A at t3 . Therefore, 34 J. Gu et al. ρ 0 during the interval [t2, t3 ]. The computation of node B completes when it transmits the response message. Note that Fig. 4(b) indicates that the time sequence of the CPI can be acquired using local information only. For example, the intervals [t0 , t1 ] and [t4 , t5 ] should be acquired from the local status when the interaction take place.

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