Doug Cutrell

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O ur goal is to em bed free-form constraints into a graphical m odel. W ith such constraints a graphic can m aintain its visual integrity— and break rules tastefully— while being m anipulated by a casualuser. A typicalparam eterized graphic does notm eet these needs because its configuration space contains nonsense im ages in m uch higher(More)
An architecture is proposed for data-intensive services enabled by next generation dynamic optical networks. The architecture supports new data communication services that allow for coordinating extremely large sets of distributed data. The architecture allows for novel features including algorithms for optimizing and scheduling data transfers, methods for(More)
Advances in Grid technology enable the deployment of data-intensive distributed applications, which require moving terabytes or even petabytes of data between data banks. The current underlying networks cannot provide dedicated links with adequate end-to-end sustained bandwidth to support the requirements of these Grid applications. DWDM-RAM is a novel(More)
Next generation applications and architectures (for example, Grids) are driving radical changes in the nature of traffic, service models, technology, and cost, creating opportunities for an advanced communications infrastructure to tackle next generation data services. To take advantage of these trends and opportunities, research communities are creating(More)
Our goal is to embed free-form constraints into a graphical model. With such constraints a graphic can maintain its visual integrity—and break rules tastefully—while being manipulated by a casual user. A typical parameterized graphic does not meet these needs because its configuration space contains nonsense images in much higher proportion than desirable(More)
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