Support for interactive heavyweight services

  title={Support for interactive heavyweight services},
  author={J. L{\'o}pez and David O’Hallaron},
Interactive heavyweight services are processes that make intensive use of resources such as computing power, memory, bandwidth and storage. The interactive nature of these services means that they have to satisfy user requests in a timely manner. An example of this kind of service is the remote visualization of massive scientific datasets. In order to present a visual representation of the dataset to the user, the visualization process has to execute a series of compute intensive transformation… CONTINUE READING
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