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A .NET solution for distributed computing applications

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Distributed computing is used to solve computational complexity problems. This paper explores the suitability of the .NET platform and XML Web services for distributed computing applications. This study demonstrates the practical feasibility of a .NET Web-services application in distributed computing and it also exposes APIs on the Internet. Thus from the experimental results, the speed of the algorithm introduced by Web services are determined and the cluster performance is achieved by scheduling algorithm, which properly selects the size of the work slice for each client to assign.

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IEEE Potentials  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 2 )