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From P2P and Grids to Services on the Web: Evolving Distributed Communities (Computer Communications and Networks)
From P2P and Grids to Services on the Web: Evolving Distributed Communities (Computer Communications and Networks)

Author: Ian J. Taylor, Andrew Harrison

ISBN: 9781848001220

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