Technologies for ubiquitous supercomputing: a Java interface to the Nexus communication system

@article{Foster1997TechnologiesFU,
  title={Technologies for ubiquitous supercomputing: a Java interface to the Nexus communication system},
  author={Ian T. Foster and George K. Thiruvathukal and Steven Tuecke},
  journal={Concurrency - Practice and Experience},
  year={1997},
  volume={9},
  pages={465-475}
}
We use the term ubiquitous supercomputing to refer to systems that integrate low-and mid-range computing systems, advanced networks, and remote high-end computers with the goal of enhancing the computational power accessible from local environments. Such systems promise to enable new applications in areas as diverse as smart instruments and collabora-tive environments. However, they also demand tools for transporting code between computers and for establishing exible, dynamic communication… CONTINUE READING

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