Mohamed Labidi

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In this paper; we show how grid computing can further speedup Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) algorithm. More specifically, we present experimental results of the data distribution of the Arabic printed cursive OCR based on the Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) algorithm over the Scientific Research Tunisian Grid (SRTG). In fact, the Arabic printed cursive OCR based on(More)
— Volunteer computing or volunteer grid computing constitute a very promising infrastructure which provides enough computing and storage powers without any prior cost or investment. Indeed, such infrastructures are the result of the federation of several, geographically dispersed, computers or/and LAN computers over the Internet. Berkeley Open(More)
—Distributed computing is the method of splitting a large problem into smaller pieces and allocating the workload among many computers. These individual computers process their portions of the problem, and the results are combined together to form a solution for the original problem. At present, Distributed computing systems can be broadly classified into(More)