A Web-based T/S(Thin-client/Server) network computing pattern on the basis of B/S(Browser/Server) and T/S architecture is implemented,which separates the business logics of B/S pattern into input,output and data component more clearly with MVC design method.
Based on the distributed network calculation technology of CORBA, this paper puts forward a system platform of enterprise dynamic alliance based CORBA, and presents the whole frame of system and the methods of realization .
For solving this problem,W3C distributed the XML 1.0 and recommended it as reference standard in Februaryof 1998. As a new open standard of data representation, XML goes beyond of scopethat HTML can reach and bring energy for web application and network computation.
Based on the idea of“central management ,regional control”,“on -line calculation,real -time match”,a distributed network -computing framework is proposed for large -scale power network transient stability control.
Mobile agent technology is an emerging distributed network-computing mode,it solves the problem of task assigning and cooperation between network,while the security problem in the mobile agent techonolgy restrict its application.
Agent software has outdone object-oriented technology and client/server technology, and as an emerging distributed network-computing mode it will promote the development of information technology enormously.
To describe the dynamic semantics for the network computing, the concept on process is presented based on the semantic model with variable, resource and relation.
In recent years, Web services and Peer-to-Peer (or simply P2P) appear as two of the hottest research topics in network computing.
With the rapid growth of network computing, the demand for large‐scale and complex software systems has increased dramatically.
Network computing: the Hartree-Fock calculation as a model
The Java platform is a relative new way of computing, especially designed for network computing and distributed applications which enables interactive connection between user and information via the WWW.
The integral-direct Hartree-Fock calculation (zeroth, first and second derivatives) will be used as a model to investigate network-computing techniques and paradigms.
PUNCH: An architecture for Web-enabled wide-area network-computing
This paper addresses the architectural issues that arise in the design of a universally accessible wide-area network-computing system that is capable of making automatic cost/performance tradeoff decisions at run-time.
The concepts described in this paper are embodied in the Purdue University Network-Computing Hubs (PUNCH), a demand-based network-computing system that allows users to access and run unmodified tools via standard World Wide Web browsers.
As more tasks are submitted, the network-computing performance drops because more tasks are competing for a fixed number of computing resources.