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Due to the advancement in the internet technologies, the processing power of the CPU and the low cost high speed bandwidth, a need arises for the geographically distributed network of computers to solve the problems, which requires high computing power and large number of resources. Thus, Grid computing was born. Grid Computing consists of geographically distributed and heterogeneous systems. They help to solve large-scale problems of science, engineering and commerce. There are several well known grids existing these days, which are BONIC, GLOBUS, CONDOR, ALCHEMI to name a few. The main requirement and the challenge of the grid computing is the allocation of the tasks in the system.
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