By Sergei Gorlatch, Marian Bubak, Thierry Priol
This quantity includes the edited complaints of the second one CoreGRID Integration Workshop, CGIW'2006, held October 2006 in Krakow, Poland. A "Network of Excellence" funded through the eu Commission’s 6th Framework application, CoreGRID goals to reinforce and enhance medical and technological excellence within the region of Grid and Peer-to-Peer applied sciences by means of bringing jointly a severe mass of well-established researchers from forty-one ecu examine associations. Designed for a certified viewers of practitioners and researchers, the amount can also be appropriate for advanced-level scholars in laptop technology.
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