Peer-to-peer grid computing with the OurGrid Community

  title={Peer-to-peer grid computing with the OurGrid Community},
  author={Nazareno Andrade and Lauro Augusto Costa and Guilherme Germoglio and Walfredo Cirne},
For a number of research and commercial computational problems, it is possible to use as much computing power as available to speed the resolution of the problem through parallel processing. Grid computing has done much in the direction of enabling users to use the computing power of resources across administrative boundaries for solving this kind of problem. However, not much has been done to solve the precedent problem of gaining access to resources spread across several institutions. We have… CONTINUE READING
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