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Building collaborative environments for advanced computing

Lewis, G. J., Hasan, S. M. and Alexandrov, V. N. (2004) Building collaborative environments for advanced computing. In: Bader, D. A. and Khokhar, A. A. (eds.) Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems. International Society Computer S & Their Applications (Isca), Raleigh, pp. 497-502. ISBN 1880843528

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Synchronous collaborative systems allow geographically distributed users to form a virtual work environment enabling cooperation between peers and enriching the human interaction. The technology facilitating this interaction has been studied for several years and various solutions can be found at present. In this paper, we discuss our experiences with one such widely adopted technology, namely the Access Grid [1]. We describe our experiences with using this technology, identify key problem areas and propose our solution to tackle these issues appropriately. Moreover, we propose the integration of Access Grid with an Application Sharing tool, developed by the authors. Our approach allows these integrated tools to utilise the enhanced features provided by our underlying dynamic transport layer.

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Publisher:International Society Computer S & Their Applications (Isca)

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