Cluster and Grid Computing
Grid computing is an emerging computing paradigm. It provides the ability to perform high throughput computation by taking advantage of many computers connected through Internet creating a virtual architecture. This is able to distribute process execution across a parallel infrastructure. Grids perform computation on large data sets, by breaking them down into many smaller ones, or execute many more computations than would be possible on a single computer. The course will provide a comprehensive and systematic understanding of the issues, technologies and processes applicable to cluster and Grid computing.
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