Hybrid Ad Hoc Grid
Grid computing consists of systems that allow share a number of unprecedented computational resources, provide scalability for large parallel applications and with a reduced cost compared to parallel supercomputers. In recent years, new approaches to grid computing have been explored, including the sporadic or ad hoc grids that have few administrative activities and quickly adapt to changes in the community. The Hybrid Ad Hoc Grid is a self-organizing computational grid which has simplified installation, reduced administrative activities and fault recovery. This grid was developed to solve problems of deployment and management of grids, reduce your installation costs and enable increased use of grid computing.