Abstract Job Object

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Abstract Job Object (AJO) describes, in abstract form[disambiguation needed], an action carried out on a computational grid.[1] It represents a conceptual representation of a "job" as a collection of possible interdependent operations in order to be carried out on different computational and data services at collaboration sites.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "unigrids.org". unigrids.org. 
  2. ^ "Euro-Par 2001 parallel processing: 7th International Euro-Par Conference". Rizos Sakellariou, John Keane, John Gurd, Len Freeman. 2001.