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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The fast growth of high bandwidth wide area networks has allowed the building of computational grids, which are constituted of PC clusters and/or parallel machines. Computational grids enable the design of new numerical simulation applications. For example, it is now feasible to couple several scientific codes to obtain a multi-physic application. In order to handle the complexity of such applications, software component technology appears very appealing. However, most current softwaredoi:10.1007/3-540-36133-2_9 fatcat:z3kvjn2dircyxdr3n6g4r6ng6i