What's The New 'infrastructure'?

Infrastructure is defined as the basic facilities and equipment needed for

the performance of a particular function or the resources (such as personnel,

buildings and equipment) required for an activity.

New kinds of infrastructure:

* Advanced computing resources.

* Digital libraries.

* Shared information and databases.

* Research and education networks.

* Distributed user facilities.

* Standards and protocols.

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