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Main features of the resource manager include resource selection based on active database rules (Khanli & Analoui, 2008) and environmental conditions and a basic adaptation facility. The chapter is finalized by the results obtained from simulation and a comparison study. The reminder of this chapter is organized as follows: In section 2 we present an overview of related work, in section 3 we introduce three methods for matching in the grid environment. We discuss a proof-of-concept implementation of a prototype and the preliminary performance results by simulation in Section 4, whereas Section 5 concludes with a summary of our work.
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