Compared with those traditional distributed computing modes, Web Services do communication with standard Network Protocol (such as HTTP) and XML data format, and can solve interoperability of services on different platforms very well.
P2P (Peer-to-Peer) is one kind of calculate distributed calculation model through exchanging to realize sharing of resource and service directly, finished the marginalisation of the network service at the same time .
The present paper describes the basic structure and technological architecture of the remote equipment diagnosis system and discusses application of the network technology,distributed database and distributed compute technology in the trouble diagnosis system of the equipment.
With the development of Computer Telecommunication Integration(CTI)、network、communication、multimedia and distributed compute technology, Call Center becomes enterprise's important tool to contact their customers.
Then, development experience of distributed compute technologies are introduced, including the definition of distributed compute technology, typical distributed compute softwares and J2EE architecture based on distributed compute technology.
Firstly, the paper briefly introduces the background of enterprise application integration, analyzes the traditional distributed compute technology solution, such as DCOM, CORBA, RMI etc, and their defect.
We study limit dynamics of a system of interacting particles, which is one of possible models for the parallel and distributed computation process.
The control algorithm lends itself to massively parallel / distributed computation and is found to produce near optimal solutions efficiently, which makes it more scalable and practical compared to the branch and bound algorithm.
Distributed computation over local and wide-area networks is gaining importance and may soon become the primary means in high performance computing.
Idealized models of receptive fields (RFs) can be used as building blocks for the creation of powerful distributed computation systems.
The relations among various languages and models for distributed computation and various possible definitions of fairness are considered.