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Volunteer computing

Volunteer computing

Computers continue to get faster exponentially, but the computational demands of science are growing even faster. Extreme requirements arise in at least three areas.

By David P. Anderson, March 2010

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Clouds at the crossroads

Clouds at the crossroads

Despite its promise, most cloud computing innovations have been almost exclusively driven by a few industry leaders, such as Google, Amazon, Yahoo!, Microsoft, and IBM. The involvement of a wider research community, both in academia and industrial labs, has so far been patchy without a clear agenda. In our opinion, the limited participation stems from the prevalent view that clouds are mostly an engineering and business-oriented phenomenon based on stitching together existing technologies and tools.

By Ymir Vigfusson, Gregory Chockler, March 2010

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Introduction

By William Stevenson, October 2005

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Introduction

By William Stevenson, August 2005

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Overcoming misbehavior in mobile ad hoc networks

By George Athanasiou, Leandros Tassiulas, Gregory S. Yovanof, August 2005

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Architectures and compilers to support reconfigurable computing

By João M. P. Cardoso, Mário P. Vestístias, March 1999

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Parallel processing in heterogeneous cluster architechtures using JavaPorts

By Demetris G. Galatopoullos, Elias S. Manolakos, March 1999

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