|Grid Computing: Techniques and
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Chapman & Hall/CRC
Taylor and Francis Group LLC, 2010
"...the most outstanding aspect of this book is its excellent structure: it is as though we have been given a map to help us move around this technology from the base to the summit ... I highly recommend this book..."
-- Jose Lloret, in Computing Reviews, March 2010.
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