By Rachkovskii D.A., Slipchenko S.V.
Difficulties (inherent in compound hierarchical representations) of keeping details at the constitution of coded information and strategies of fixing them by way of "binding" of knowledge substructures are mentioned. one of those disbursed representations is taken into account within which info are coded by way of multidimensional binary sparse vectors. the restrictions imposed on a binding strategy are formulated and its implementation is supplied. a few examples of illustration of dependent facts are thought of.
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Therefore, the following descriptions of various kinds of “grids” must be taken loosely. Grids can be built in all sizes, ranging from just a few machines in a department to groups of machines organized as a hierarchy spanning the world. In this section, we will describe some examples in this range of grid system topologies. Figure 1-7 A simple grid As presented in Figure 1-7, the simplest grid consists of just a few machines, all of the same hardware architecture and same operating system, connected on a local network.
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