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REST: Advanced Research Topics and Practical Applications
Decentralized systems are systems-of-systems whose services are governed by two or more separate organizations under distinct spheres of authority. Coordinated evolution of the various elements of a decentralized system may be difficult, if not impossible, as individual organizations evolve their service offerings in response to organization-and service-specific pressures, including market demand, technology, competitive and cooperative interests, and funding. Consequently, decentralizeddoi:10.1007/978-1-4614-9299-3_2 fatcat:7wapp5gyibg3zfegj4tonvh7oe