Parasite: Distributing Processing Using Java Applets: Lecture Notes in Computer Science

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    Abstract

    There is wasted and idle computing potential not only when applications are executed, but also when a user navigates by Internet. To take advantage of this, an architecture named Parasite has been designed in order to use distributed and networked resources without disturbing the local computation. The project is based on developing software technologies and infrastructures to facilitate Web-based distributed computing. This paper outlines the most recent advances in the project, as well as discussing the developed architecture and an experimental framework in order to validate this infrastructure
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages5
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    Publication statusPublished - 2002

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