Mark Abbott

3Clare Reimers
3Larry Curtis
2Rick Spinrad
2Jessica Waddell
2Stephen Brandt
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This paper describes the design and performance of a distributed , multi-tier architecture for scientiic data visualiza-tion. A novel aspect of this framework is its integration of Java IDL, the CORBA distributed object computing mid-dleware with JavaBeans, the Java Component model to provide a exible, interactive framework for distributed, high-performance(More)
The university traditionally has had three roles: a) student instruction, b) pure research, and c) community service. While these roles have become disconnected in the contemporary university, they have remained integrated in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Due to budgetary constraints and constituent expectations, HBCU faculty and(More)
Introduction In recent years, a great deal of work has been done on distributed and parallel file systems. Although the motivations behind these two types of file systems are quite different, they share many underlying characteristics and techniques. Distributed file systems need to provide clients with efficient, usable, and scalable high-bandwidth access(More)
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