We envisage that grid computing environments allow us to implement distributed data mining services, that is, those applications which analyze large sets of geographically distributed databases and information using the computational power and resources of a grid environment. This paper describes an experimental framework towards such a distributed data mining approach, including design considerations and a prototype implementation. Based on the "Knowledge Grid" architecture suggested by Cannataro et al., we identify four major components - user node, broker node, data node, and computation node - and define their individual roles. For implementing the prototype, we have investigated methods for utilizing distributed resources within a grid computing environment, e.g., communication and coordination among the various resources available.
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