Distributed computing is a field of computer science that focuses on the design and development of systems and algorithms that can be run across multiple computers, or “nodes,” in a network. In a distributed system, each node can perform a specific task or set of tasks, and the results of those tasks can be shared and combined with the results from other nodes in the network. This allows distributed systems to handle large amounts of data and perform complex computations more efficiently than a single computer could. Distributed systems are commonly used in applications such as data analytics, scientific simulations, and cloud computing, where the ability to distribute workloads across multiple nodes can greatly improve performance and scalability.
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