Newscast Computing

  title={Newscast Computing},
  author={M{\'a}rk Jelasity and W. Kowalczyk and Maarten van Steen},
Monitoring large computer networks often involves aggregation of various sorts of data that are distributed across network components. Finding extreme values, counting discrete observations or computing an average or a sum of some parameter values are typical examples of such “background” activities that provide input to monitoring systems. Another aspect of network management is fast and reliable information dissemination, like propagation of alarm signals. We present a novel approach to… CONTINUE READING
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