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Overview

Many agent-based simulations in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Computational Economics can be performed on loosely-connected grid systems. MGRID has started new initiatives with the Dexter Project and STIET at the University of Michigan.

The Dexter project is investigating the design of computational markets for allocating resources over time, that is, problems involving scheduling.

STIET (Socio-Technical Infrastructure for Electronic Transactions), involves four University of Michigan schools and colleges: the School of Information, the Business School, the College of Engineering, and the Department of Economics in the College of Literature, Science & the Arts.)

Related Links

The DEXTER Project
Socio-Technical Infrastructure for Electronic Transactions

MGRID Projects
Core Infrastructure

Kerberos Leveraged PKI
MARS
GridNFS
WALDEN
Cycle-Sharing Service MGRID Accounting

Applications

ATLAS
UltraLight
NEESgrid
BioPhysics
Chemistry
Agent-Based Simulations
NTAP
Secure Multi-Point VideoConferencing

Portal & Collaboration Software

MGRID Portal
SAKAI/MGRID

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