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Groupware: some issues and experiences
C categories and examples of groupware are described and some underlying research and development issues are discussed and GROVE, a novel group editor, is explained in some detail as a salient groupware example.
Concurrency control in groupware systems
An algorithm for concurrency control in real-time groupware systems is presented and its advantages are its simplicity of use and its responsiveness: users can operate directly on the data without obtaining locks.
This paper presents a simple yet powerful framework, called Jalangi, for writing heavy-weight dynamic analyses, which incorporates two key techniques: selective record-replay, a technique which enables to record and to faithfully replay a user-selected part of the program, and shadow values and shadow execution, which enables easy implementation of heavy- Weight dynamic analyses.
Towards an Elastic Application Model for Augmenting the Computing Capabilities of Mobile Devices with Cloud Computing
- Xinwen Zhang, A. Kunjithapatham, Sangoh Jeong, S. Gibbs
- Computer ScienceMob. Networks Appl.
- 1 June 2011
A new elastic application model that enables seamless and transparent use of cloud resources to augment the capability of resource-constrained mobile devices is proposed and promising results of the proposed application model are demonstrated.
Securing elastic applications on mobile devices for cloud computing
- Xinwen Zhang, Joshua Schiffman, S. Gibbs, A. Kunjithapatham, Sangoh Jeong
- Computer ScienceCCSW '09
- 13 November 2009
This paper aims to build elastic applications which augment resource-constrained platforms, such as mobile phones, with elastic computing resources from clouds, and proposes a solution for authentication and secure session management between weblets running device side and those on the cloud.
Towards an Elastic Application Model for Augmenting Computing Capabilities of Mobile Platforms
An elastic application can augment the capabilities of a mobile device including computation power, storage, and network bandwidth, with the light of dynamic execution configuration according to device’s status.
Composite multimedia and active objects
- S. Gibbs
- Computer ScienceOOPSLA '91
- 1 November 1991
An object-oriented framework for composite multimedia is described and active objects based on real-time processes are proposed as multimedia primitives to form composite multimedia and the requisite temporal transformations are illustrated.
TELEPORT – Towards immersive copresence
The innovative features of the TELEPORT system include the use of full-wall display surfaces, “merging” of real and virtual environments, viewer tracking, and real-time compositing of live video with synthetic backgrounds.
Component-oriented software development
Object-oriented programming techniques promote a new approach to software engineering in which reliable, open applications can be lar gely constructed, rather than programmed, by reusing “frameworks”…
Data modeling of time-based media
This paper proposes timed streams as the basic abstraction for modeling time-based media and several media-independent structuring mechanisms are introduced and a data model is presented which addresses the complex organization and relationships present in multimedia.