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Peer-to-peer, plural-computing-device rendering/rasterizing structure and methodology for grid-distributed printing

Image Number 10 for United States Patent #7218409.

A distributed printing process which involves intercepting a print-job data stream, dividing that stream into data components on the basis of a pre-assessment made with respect to the availabilities and performance capabilities of plural computing devices and printer resources in a network setting, with divided components being sent for plural-peer-device implementation of at least one of the steps of rendering and rasterizing, and delivering such rasterized/rendered components to one or more selected target printers for printing.

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