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In today's era, most of our work is dependent on computers and the processing done by computers. There is a demand for faster, smarter, and efficient computers. By using our proposed project, we intent to study and prototype load balancing techniques used in computing. This demonstration is being done by using Raspberry Pis as the primary component. Our demonstration depicts how Raspberry Pi nodes communicate with each other in a wireless manner and help in efficient computing.
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