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    • Authors: Sai Ranga, Prashanth C. (2006)

    • Current heterogeneous meta-computing systems, such as computational clusters and grids offer a low cost alternative to supercomputers. In addition they are highly scalable and flexible. They consist of a host of diverse computational devices which collaborate via a high speed network and may execute high-performance applications. Many high-performance applications are an aggregate of modules. Efficient scheduling of such applications on meta-computing systems is critical to meeting deadlines. In this dissertation, we introduce three new algorithms, the Heterogeneous Critical Node First (HCNF) algorithm, the Heterogeneous Largest Task First (HLTF) algorithm and the Earliest Finish Time...

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    • Authors: Xu, Yinhui (2005)

    • This research investigated the feasibility of using poly(amidoamine) PAMAM dendrimers for removal of copper(II) and lead(II) from soils, and using a new class of stabilized zero-valent iron (ZVI) nanoparticles for reductive immobilization of chromium (VI) in contaminated soils. PAMAM dendrimers ranging from generation (G) 1.0 to 4.5 and with -NH2, -COO", and -OH" terminal groups were tested for extraction of copper(II) and lead(II) from a sandy loam soil, a clay soil, and a sandy clay loam. A series of fixed-bed column experiments were conducted to study the effects of dendrimer dosage, generation number, functional groups, pH, ionic strength, and soil type on the removal efficiency. ...