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König, Stefan
Matros, Raimund
Eymann, Torsten
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Bayreuth reports on information systems management 25
This paper examines the role of policies in different grid environments. A Grid technology becomes standardized and stable, various business models are envented and increasingly applied, and economic implications can be observed.Asymmetrically distributed information may allow for opportunistic behaviour of service providers or users who exploit the information gap between providers and consumers on the quality of services.
Grid Computing
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