By Yuen Chung Kwong
The 3rd within the "Series on Scalable Computing", this paintings includes 5 articles describing major advancements within the box. It addresses themes similar to clusters, parallel instruments, load balancing, cellular platforms, and structure dependence.
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CORBA, Java, or COM+). Therefore we have only defined the interfaces of the RSD object class but not their private implementation. Today XML  seems to be a good choice for this purpose. However, since the textual representation of RSD is more readable (for humans) than XML, we will use it further on. 3. Resource and Service Description 23 description tools we implemented a converter from RSD to XML. The API layer (written in C++) can be divided into two classes: Methods for parsing and creating resource objects, and methods for navigating through the resource graph.
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