Zorislav Sojat

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The paper considers the conceptual approach for organization of the vertical hierarchical links between the scalable distributed computing paradigms: Cloud Computing, Fog Computing and Dew Computing. In this paper, the Dew Computing is described and recognized as a new structural layer in the existing distributed computing hierarchy. In the existing(More)
Modern day computing paradigms foster for a huge community of involved participants from almost the entire spectrum of human endeavour. For computing and data processing there are individual Computers, their Clusters, Grids, and, finally, the Clouds. For pure data communication there is the Internet, and for the Human-understandable Information(More)
Advancement of computer usage in scientific work must be based on development of the e-science technologies. More generally e-science refers to the development of the next generation infrastructure to support computationally based science. This involves the effective utilization of distributed computing, network storage and scientific visualization(More)
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