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Tuple board: A New distributed computing paradigm for mobile ad hoc networks
Owners of wireless mobile computing devices (like laptop PCs and PDAs) need to share information with other nearby devices. Examples include calendars, photos, music, or mall shopping directories. The tuple board is a ...
From impractical to practical: solving an MRI problem using parallelism
MRI relaxometry may provide more diagnostic utility than conventional MRI because it measures molecular mobility, which changes with disease state. Processing relaxometry data requires applying an inverse Laplace transform ...
Capturing knowledge transfer: an interaction and revenue model for streamed media
Information and knowledge are constantly presented to consumer's senses at a rate that is often faster than the ability to process. When the capture of streamed media is possible, it requires manual participation either ...