Advanced Research in VLSI: Proceedings of the 6th MIT by William J. Dally

By William J. Dally

APRIL 2, 1990, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS Theory or perform in VLSI platforms: hugely parallel architectures, special-purpose VLSI chips and platforms, sensory structures, checking out, and fault tolerance. Design and Automation: synthesis and silicon compilation, structure and routing, research and simulation, novel layout equipment. Circuits and units: cutting edge electric circuits, method and gadget modeling, automatic semiconductor production, wafer-scale structures.

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Then, we introduce the principles to arrange co-author's sites. Later, we describe how Web documents and their resources are shared among co-authors and how they are distributed across their sites. Finally, Section 4 presents conclusions and future work. 2 Related Work Most groupware platforms support one distribution strategy, which applies to the whole application. For instance, Rendezvous [7] provides a centralized strategy, while GroupKit [13] is based on a replicated one. Suite [3] offers a hybrid strategy, which centralizes the shared data objects and replicates the application programs.

Private communications (both chat and audio) are sent peer-to-peer if possible, but a central server is used for forwarding between peers that cannot Fig. 2. Avatars 24 C. Jeffery et al. communicate directly due to firewalls, as well as maintaining shared state of many forms. Secondary servers similar to the booster boxes advocated by IBM Zurich are deployed at sites where substantial bandwidth sharing is enabled by their use [2]. In our case this includes the campuses of our educational partners, a consortium of two-year colleges.

As previously mentioned, the S and W functions respectively map an author to a set of storage sites and to a set of working sites, while the G set denotes the authoring group. Therefore, the S[G] and W[G] sets respectively represent the group’s storage and working sites from/to where the d document can be loaded/distributed. On the other hand, let SPe and SRe respectively denote two subsets of the group’s storage sites S[G], where the e resource can be created as proxy and as replica depending on the access control set Nf(e).

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