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MOBILE GRID COMPUTING: CHANGES AND CHALLENGES OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN A ΜOBILE GRID ENVIRONMENT

@inproceedings{Litke2003MOBILEGC,
  title={MOBILE GRID COMPUTING: CHANGES AND CHALLENGES OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN A ΜOBILE GRID ENVIRONMENT},
  author={Antonios Litke and Dimitrios Skoutas and Theodora A. Varvarigou},
  year={2003}
}
Grid computing has recently migrated from traditional high performance and distributed computing to pervasive and utility computing based on the advanced capabilities of the wireless networks and the lightweight, thin devices. This has as result the emergence of a new computing paradigm which is the Mobile Grid. This paper provides a discussion on Mobile Grid definition, the basic motivation and benefits that can stem from this new technology, especially as far as it concerns collaborative… 
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