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P-SON: Probabilistically-Structured Overlay Networks by admin — last modified 2006-10-04 03:58 PM
Application level multicast protocols are designed to support the efficient dissemination of information in the Internet through the coordination of participants without explicit support from the network infrastructure. The dependency on IP multicast is avoided by creating overlay networks to efficiently route and disseminate data. The goal is to approximate the efficiency of structured overlay networks while leveraging the resilience of gossiping to cope with unstable periods or components. The project will develop and implement a set of modular components for the implementation of efficient and scalable multicast protocols.
GORDA - Open Replication of Databases by admin — last modified 2006-01-31 12:07 PM
Database replication is a key technology for the long-term competitiveness of today's businesses. In this novel context, replication technology is faced with new requirements. First, enterprise-wide availability should take into account legacy information systems. Moreover, open markets and a globalized economy also mean that wide-area support is required not only by large business but also by small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which inevitably raises security issues. Finally, wider applicability of database technology calls for highly scalable DBMSs.
MINEMA by admin — last modified 2005-02-21 06:43 PM
MiNEMA is an European Science Foundation (ESF) Scientific Programme aiming to bring together European groups from different communities working on middleware for mobile environment.
MiCAS - Middleware for Context-aware and Adaptive Systems by admin — last modified 2006-02-16 03:17 PM
In the past, applications were designed and implemented to execute in a well defined execution environment with fixed and well−known characteristics. This is no longer the case today. The same application may be executed in a myriad of distinct devices under a wide range of operational conditions. Furthermore, when applications are distributed, each of the application´s components may be executed in different environments. In this setting, it is essential that systems be aware of, and adapt to, changes in the execution context of their components. This adaptation should be automatic and dynamic, in other words, without human intervention nor service interruption and should be considered at all levels of system design and implementation. This project, named MiCAS, Middleware for Context−aware and Adaptive Systems, aims at defining a set of design abstractions and middleware components to support the development of future context−aware adaptive applications.
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