Grid

Grid
išteklių tinklas statusas T sritis dirbtinis intelektas apibrėžtis Techninės ir programinės įrangos infrastruktūra, kuri sujungia necentralizuotai valdomus (t. y. skirtingų administravimo sričių) nevienalyčius išteklius, naudoja standartinius atviruosius protokolus ir sąsajas, užtikrina suteikiamų paslaugų kokybę (t. y. saugumą, patikimumą, našumą ir pan.). atitikmenys: angl. Grid ryšiai: platesnis terminastinklas siauresnis terminasduomenų išteklių tinklas siauresnis terminassemantinis išteklių tinklas siauresnis terminasskaičiavimo išteklių tinklas siauresnis terminasišteklių tinklo informacijos sandas siauresnis terminasišteklių tinklo žinių sandas šaltinis S. Maskeliūnas. Žinių technologijų terminų žodynėlis (elektroninis leidimas), 2012

Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas). 2015.

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