Erik H. Baalbergen

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Make is the standard UNIX† utility for maintaining programs. UNIX programmers have been using it for almost 10 years, and many UNIX programs nowadays are maintained by it. The strength of make is that it allows the user to specify how to compile program components, and that the system, after an update, is regenerated according to the specification and with(More)
Simulation is part of engineering processes. Considerations in the present paper concern simulation as a stand-alone process, with (on application level) no interrupts from the simulation environment. Simulation environments consist of computer systems, software, data and supporting documents. Accessibility of the simulation environments for engineers and(More)
Computing networks in enterprises are rapidly growing, not only in capacity, but also in complexity. The users usually get faced with networking details and with a variety of heterogeneous computing systems. In the present paper we present SPINEware as a facility for reducing the complexity of computer network usage. SPINEware is a facility that supports(More)
The program <italic>Amoeba Make</italic>, or <italic>Amake</italic>, is being designed to fulfil the need of a <italic>make</italic>-like configuration manager capable of exploiting the potentials of the Amoeba distributed operating system. The major design goal is to create a software configuration manager that is both easy to use and efficient. The(More)
With the advancement of computer technology, CFD has now found its way into the industrial environment and become indispensable for the aerodynamic design of aircraft. It remains, however, that a reliable use of CFD requires an expertise equipped with a sufficiently accurate numerical algorithm and adequate computing power. Operating specific CFD software(More)
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