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    • 1/k Phase Timestamping for Replica Consistency in Interactive Collaborative Applications 

      Bhola, Sumeer Kumar; Ahamad, Mustaque (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999)
      Interactive Collaborative applications, such as distributed virtual environments, collaborative CAD and multi-player games, are enabled by the data being shared across distributed users. The need to support such ...
    • Composer, Performer, Listener 

      Freeman, Jason (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11-18)
      Jason Freeman’s works break down conventional barriers between composers, performers, and listeners, using cutting-edge technology and unconventional notation to turn audiences and musicians into compositional collaborators. ...
    • The Design Space for Data Replication Algorithms in Interactive Groupware 

      Bhola, Sumeer Kumar; Ahamad, Mustaque (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      Interactive (Synchronous) Groupware encompasses a wide range of applications, like collaborative whiteboards, text editors, engineering CAD (Computer Aided Design), Distributed Virtual Environments, and multi-player games. ...
    • Dynamic Assembly from Models (DYNAMO) 

      Rugaber, Spencer; Stirewalt, R. E. Kurt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005)
      The DYNAMO project is concerned with assembling high-assurance systems from components, and, specifically, with guaranteeing correct interaction of sets of large, heterogeneous components. Several problems must be overcome ...
    • DYNAMO Design Guidebook 

      McNeely, Corinne; Rugaber, Spencer; Stirewalt, R. E. Kurt; Zook, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      The DYNAMO project is concerned with the assembly of components of interactive systems. It includes a design method, described in this guidebook, and a set of tools that support it. The DYNAMO design method starts with ...
    • Emerging Trends in the WWW User Population 

      Pitkow, James Edward; Kehoe, Colleen Mary (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996)
      Vast amounts of attention and resources have recently been devoted towards the World Wide Web (WWW) [Berners-Lee 94], but relatively little research has been conducted that examines Web usage and societal implications. ...
    • A Framework for Low Level Analysis and Synthesis to Support High Level Authoring of Multimedia Documents 

      Hudson, Scott E.; Hsi, Chen-Ning (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1993)
      This paper describes a low level hierarchical framework for composition of multimedia documents that is designed to support the types of analysis, error checking, and synthesis techniques needed for rich user support in a ...
    • An Interactive Virtual Endoscopy Tool 

      Nain, Delphine; Haker, Steven; Kikinis, Ron; Grimson, W. Eric L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001-09)
      In this paper, we present the design and implementation of a 3D Virtual Endoscopy system for facilitating diagnostic and surgical planning phases of endoscopic procedures. Our system allows the user to interactively explore ...
    • On the Performance of a Multicast Delivery Video-On-Demand Service with Discontinuous VCR Actions 

      Almeroth, Kevin C.; Ammar, Mostafa H. (Mostafa Hamed) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994)
      In most proposed architectures for Video-On-Demand (VOD) systems, the customers are serviced individually by allocating and dedicating a trans- mission channel and a set of video server resources to each customer. ...
    • Opportunities and Tools for Highly Interactive Distributed and Parallel Computing 

      Eisenhauer, Greg Stephen; Gu, Weiming; Kindler, Thomas; Schwan, Karsten; Silva, Dilma M.; Vetter, Jeffrey Scott (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994)
      Advances in networking, visualization and parallel computing signal the end of the days of batch-mode processing for computationally intensive applications. The ability to control and interact with these applications in ...
    • Visualization in Science and Medicine 

      Ribarsky, William (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1991)
      After a very gradual 20 year development, the discipline of scientific visualization was given form and focus (and its name) by the seminal 1987 report, "Visualization in Scientific Computing". Since then the methods, ...