Introduction to Grid Computing Table of Contents Introduction to Grid Computing

@inproceedings{Nguyen2005IntroductionTG,
  title={Introduction to Grid Computing Table of Contents Introduction to Grid Computing},
  author={Phuong Nguyen},
  year={2005}
}
The goal of this technical report is to study current efforts in Grid Computing. This is an interesting and promising technology. However, it is not so clear what exactly a Grid is. There are many terms such as Computational Grids, Data Grids, Science Grids, Learning Grids, Semantic Grids, Knowledge Grids, Bio Grids, Cluster Grids, Campus Grids, Commodity Grids, and so on. Ian Foster wrote in [1] If by deploying a scheduler on my local area network I create a “Cluster Grid” then doesn’t my… CONTINUE READING
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