# The GRID: Blueprint for a New Computing Infrastructure

@article{Marowka2000TheGB, title={The GRID: Blueprint for a New Computing Infrastructure}, author={Ami Marowka}, journal={Scalable Comput. Pract. Exp.}, year={2000}, volume={3} }

Edited by Tianruo Yang Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrech, Netherlands, 1999, 248 pp. ISBN 0-7923-8588-8, $135.00 This book contains a selection of contributed and invited papers presented and the workshop Frontiers of Parallel Numerical Computations and Applications, in the IEEE 7th Symposium on the Frontiers on Massively Parallel Computers (Frontiers '99) at Annapolis, Maryland, February 20-25, 1999. Its main purpose is to update the designers and users of parallel numerical algorithms… Expand

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