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28 September 2020 Analysis of the Effect of Grid Computing on Cross-Organizational Coordination in Marine Supply Chain
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Fu, Z.; Ding, W., and Xu, S., 2020. Analysis of the effect of grid computing on cross-organizational coordination in marine supply chain. In: Yang, D.F. and Wang, H. (eds.), Recent Advances in Marine Geology and Environmental Oceanography. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 108, pp. 258–261. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

With the continuous warming of the process of economic and trade globalization, the production and operation activities and resource allocation behavior of a country or region are less and less restricted by national boundaries. The ocean has been further transformed from a transport hub for goods into a basic platform for international resource allocation. As an inevitable node of international economy and trade, the ocean occupies an increasing proportion of influential factors of international economic development in the supply-chain management mode year by year. The Internet can play an important role in the coordination of the marine supply chain, and the grid, a product of its Internet development, will also play an important role in the coordination of the marine supply chain. On the basis of its grid computing, cross-organizational coordination in the ocean supply chain is able to handle its complex business and financial analysis with difficulty. Grid computing will lead to collaboration across the ocean supply chain and ultimately to the best possible coordination of services.

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Ze Fu, Wenjian Ding, and Shiyuan Xu "Analysis of the Effect of Grid Computing on Cross-Organizational Coordination in Marine Supply Chain," Journal of Coastal Research 108(sp1), 258-261, (28 September 2020). https://doi.org/10.2112/JCR-SI108-052.1
Received: 11 January 2020; Accepted: 30 March 2020; Published: 28 September 2020
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