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Network Services Providers: This layer represents the network providers including ISPs and their multi-tier classification as explained in more details in [17]. D. Devices Service Providers: They provide the access devices such as sensors and microscopes. II. Grid Middleware Service Providers: The stakeholders in this layer provide the services build upon the above-mentioned physical layer. This role is comprised of two distinct roles: A. Basic Grid Middleware Service Providers: This role represents the collection of stakeholders providing basic Grid functionality.

UN means the uncertainty probability in the selected system’s resource trustworthiness. BM is a variable which evaluates the degree of flexibility in business environment supported by the selected Grid system. The value is represented by the development period of a new business model. As the period is longer, the business environment is more rigid and complex. IM is another dummy variable which indicates 1 if the installation of the selected Grid system is carried out in the way of out-of-box. The previous utility function modeling is based on an assumption that marginal utility on each attribute is the same for the entire respondent.

D. Market-Place Providers: Stakeholders in this role provide a market place for trading Grid services. These services can be hardware resources, basic grid middleware services, and composite resources. e. Grid Service Resellers: They provide selling and retail services of Gridoriented services. III. Software Service Providers: A stakeholder in this role takes on one or more of the following sub-roles dealing with software: A. Application Service Providers: These stakeholders provide (commercial or open-source) application services, either ready to use of-the-shelf packages or customized services.

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