Grid computing is a work in progress


Computational grids are not new, but ongoing research suggests there is scope for improvement

Alan Oxley A grid is a computer network in which the resources are pooled. A job arriving on the grid needs to be allocated to a computer or, possibly, split up and allocated to several computers...

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