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distributed processing

[distrib′yətid]
Etymology: L, distribuere, to distribute
a combination of local and remote computer terminals in a network connected to a central computer to divide the workload.
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There is also the daunting possibility that distributed computing could be abused by unscrupulous politicians.
Open distributed computing has emerged as a critical issue for UNIX users in networked environments -- the same kind of users we envision for UnixWare -- and HyperDesk DOMS represents a breakthrough in this area," said Roel Pieper, president and CEO of UNIX System Laboratories Inc.
With the launch of Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003, Microsoft is extending the power of desktop machines to individual and work group clusters, allowing users to get up-and-running with distributed computing tools easier and faster," said Lisa Kempler, director of MATLAB applications at The MathWorks.
0 and its ability to meet the evolving requirements of distributed computing," said Bill Coleman, vice president system software for SunSoft.
In addition to CORBA, distributed computing systems today are also incorporating newer technologies to support J2EE(TM) and Microsoft .
Grid MP efficiently schedules and manages simulation runs in a distributed computing environment, thereby resulting in even faster design turnaround.
The event, which concludes this week in Seattle, Washington, served as the stage for The MathWorks to introduce the latest version of its high-productivity development tool, the Distributed Computing Toolbox 2.
SEATTLE -- The MathWorks today announced the availability of the Distributed Computing Toolbox 2, which provides engineers and scientists with a high-productivity programming tool to simplify the development of distributed computing applications.
AUSTIN, Texas -- United Devices, a leading provider of grid and infrastructure management software and services, announced today that the next generation of MATLAB distributed computing tools, unveiled this week by The MathWorks, will integrate with United Devices' market-leading grid platform.
RazorPop is a member of the Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA).
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