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Distributed Application design

Vivek Viswanathan
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Joined: Mar 03, 2001
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Hi
I am interested in distributed computing in general, what I am looking for is someting similar to SETI application, I feel that is a real true distributed application. Actually I want to write a similar application or someting with that desing. does any one have any leads on this.
thanx
Vivek


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Kyle Brown
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The SETI at home model is more of a distributed peer-to-peer model. You might want to look into project JXTA (www.jxta.org) for information on the JXTA model for doing peer-to-peer applciations.
Kyle Brown


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