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Hello, i am trying to a simple project on grid computing, means in a LAN network if i am wish to execute a program or a task it should divide the task into number of modules and distribute modules to other process in the LAN one module for each process and get back the result of program and should display it to end user. Where the execution time is low when compared with the execution time of a program is executed in a single system without LAN implementation. Do you have any java code for the above implementation Thank u

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