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A "Consumer Grid" provides the individual-based counterpart to the organisation-based computational Grid. We describe a Peer-to-Peer system for utilising computational resources on the Grid -extending existing work undertaken in systems such as Entropia and SETI@home. The potential of such a distributed computing resource has been in some ways demonstrated recently by the SETI@home project, having used over 650,000 years of CPU time at the time of writing. A user develops applications withindoi:10.1109/hips.2003.1196490 dblp:conf/hips/TaylorRPWS03 fatcat:kcoau4v4jjagjbze7a5znvnyce