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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Logistical Networking 1 can be defined as the global optimisation and scheduling of data storage, data movement, and computation. It is a technology for shared network storage that allows an easy scaling in terms of the size of the user community, the aggregate quantity of storage that can be allocated, and the distribution breadth of service nodes across network borders. After describing the base concepts of Logistical Networking, we will introduce the Internet Backplane Protocol, a middlewaredoi:10.1007/3-540-36184-7_1 fatcat:c4zxjhzhmjg4tjvv24glctgyqm