• JXTA

  • Referenced in 17 articles [sw08994]
  • JXTA: A network programming environment. JXTA technology, from Sun Microsystems, is a network programming ... computing or P2P networking. JXTA provides a network programming platform specifically designed ... systems. As a set of protocols, the technology stays away from APIs and remains independent...
  • Me-services

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw01399]
  • development of short range, ad-hoc networking technologies, will help realize the pervasive computing paradigm...
  • Padicotm

  • Referenced in 6 articles [sw08509]
  • unable to take benefit of specific networking technologies available in grid infrastructures. In this paper ... middleware and runtimes to efficiently share the networking resources. Such framework encourages grid programmers...
  • GasLib

  • Referenced in 25 articles [sw17977]
  • Networks, funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. One main goal of this ... GasLib is a collection of technical gas network descriptions as well as contract-based nomination...
  • Predict

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw13569]
  • without in-depth knowledge of neural network technology. The Predict Engine generates variations of feed...
  • PiDuce

  • Referenced in 21 articles [sw01418]
  • runtime environment devised for experimenting Web services technologies by relying on solid theories about process ... PiDuce processes over networks by relying on state-of-the-art technologies, such...
  • QKDNetSim

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw23301]
  • network simulator NS-3. As research in Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) technology grows larger ... need for highly accurate and scalable simulation technologies becomes important to assess the practical feasibility ... additional understanding of QKD technology with respect to the existing network solutions. It seeks ... used for simulation of other network technologies regardless...
  • MetaNet

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw01779]
  • that hides from the PoP the network technology specific QoS model and mechanisms...
  • CloudBLAST

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw12013]
  • bioinformatics applications that integrates several emerging technologies for distributed computing. The proposed approach uses ... sets into flexibly deployable virtual machines, and network virtualization to connect resources behind firewalls/NATs while ... MapReduce, virtual machine and virtual network technologies, respectively, to deploy the commonly used bioinformatics tool ... assess the overheads of machine and network virtualization, which were shown to be insignificant...
  • Node.js

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw15665]
  • technologies. The PHP/Apache stack was found inefficient to address the increasing demand in network traffic ... building cross platform applications based on web technologies, is both feasible and highly productive, especially ... perfect tool for developing fast, scalable network applications...
  • dynsbm

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw18392]
  • hidden structure of dynamic ecological networks. Recent technological advances and long-term data studies provide ... data that can be modelled through dynamic networks, i.e a sequence of different snapshots...
  • JCSP

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw25045]
  • available locally (this uses the network channel from which they were received -- the sender must ... concurrent computing -- including e-commerce, agent technology, home networks, embedded systems, high-performance clusters...
  • KORBX

  • Referenced in 55 articles [sw04341]
  • both hardware, which uses parallel processing technology configured with 256 MB of memory, and software ... using MPSX and XMP; and some pure network problems were solved using NETFLO, MPSX...
  • SNOOPY

  • Referenced in 32 articles [sw04386]
  • still under development - at the University of Technology in Cottbus, Dep. of Computer Science, ”Data ... validation of natural systems, i.e. biochemcial networks as metabolic, signal transduction, gene regulatory networks, compare...
  • SOM

  • Referenced in 60 articles [sw07375]
  • environment, but the tools in its neural networks toolbox for SOM were not really ... Computer Science in the Helsinki University of Technology...
  • BioWar

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw14607]
  • social and institutional networks, disease outbreaks are modulated by physical, economical, technological, communication, health ... such events. BioWar, a scalable citywide multiagent network numerical model, is described in this paper...
  • FUSE

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw03138]
  • heterogeneous computing devices and wireless network technology presents new opportunities for Computer Supported Cooperative Work...
  • XAHM

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw02427]
  • behavior (preferences and browsing activity), technology (network and user’s terminal) and external environment (time...
  • CREAM

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw02324]
  • heterogeneity on the World Wide Web. Networking technology provides physical connectivity, but it does...
  • SQUAD

  • Referenced in 5 articles [sw29353]
  • Regulatory Networks. The wealth of molecular information provided by high-throughput technologies has enhanced...