DISTRIBUTED AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING. Chapter 9 : Distributed Computing vs Distributed High Performance Computing. What is Distributed Computing. Distributed computing is a field of computer science that studies distributed systems.
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Chapter 9 : Distributed Computing vs Distributed High Performance Computing
* global layer: formed by the highest-level nodes, e.g., root and other directory nodes logically close to the root. The directory tables in these nodes are rarely changed.
* administrational layer: formed by the directory nodes managed within single organization. The nodes in this layer are relatively stable although less stable than those in global layers.
* managerial layer: formed by the nodes that may change regularly, e.g., nodes representing hosts in the LAN. The nodes in this layer are also maintained by end users of a DS.