16
Jan

Salamander (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Salamander: A Pushed-based Distribution Substrate for Internet  Applications “The system is currently under development and is targeted at wide-area network distributed systems.”

“Currently, Salamander is being developed as the underlying transport service for …. UARC  project’s Internet Collaboratory”

According to the SPARC website:

Started in 1992 as the Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory
(UARC), the Space Physics Aeronomy Research Collaboratory (SPARC)
has become one of the Internet’s premier collaborative research
efforts.  This is the setup: Space physics  researchers around the
world can sit down to their computers in the comfort of their offices
and call up a screen that allows them to control and gather data from
more than a dozen instruments located around — and above — the globe.
Along with this smorgasbord of live data comes direct access to the
most advanced supercomputer models of upper atmospheric phenomena and a
set of state-of-the-art communication tools, including “chat rooms.”
And all of this is recorded for replay, annotation, or asynchronous
collaboration.

In short, SPARC allows space physicists to conduct team
science on a global scale.  It is the realization of the ”net” —
real-time access to a world of instruments, models, and colleagues.”- goto

originally Postedto cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/15/05; 6:03:15 PM
in the CEP section.

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