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Cooperation of research groups is nowadays common for the development and execution of biomedical analyses. Multiple partners contribute data in this context, data that is often centralized for processing at some cluster-based or supercomputer-based infrastructure. In contrast, real distributed collaboration that involves processing of data from several partners at different sites is rare. However, such distributed analyses are often very interesting, in particular, for scalability, securitydoi:10.1109/ccgrid.2019.00079 dblp:conf/ccgrid/BoujdadGSANR19 fatcat:afij4ahqyngfxnevrhrn5uqruq