Sandra J. V. Chua

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XML web services are a new technology that promises greater ease-of-use and interoperability than previous distributed computing technologies such as DCOM, CORBA, and RMI, through the use of industry-standard XML protocols such as SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI [1]. While key industry players such as Microsoft, IBM, and Sun are already aggressively promoting XML web(More)
We propose the new idea of using XML-based web services as an underlying infrastructure technology that can make grid computing more accessible to the general public. We demonstrate this idea by presenting Bayanihan Computing .NET, a generic grid computing framework based on, but not limited to, Microsoft’s .NET web services infrastructure. Bayanihan(More)
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