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Grid computing is a replica of distributed computing that uses geographically and administratively different resources found on the network. These resources may include processing power, storage capacity, specific data, and other hardware such as input and output devices. In grid computing, individual users can access computers and data visibly, without having to consider location, operating system details, account administration, and other features. Furthermore, the details are vague, and the resources present in the grid are virtualized. Grid computing possesses the problem of load balancing and resource failures during the execution of the applications submitted by the user.
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