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Businesses or Consulting services should submit to this subcategory, rather then the main category.
Business or Consulting service that offers commercial products or services in distributed computing.
Only submit meetings that publish proceedings. For other types of events, try a related category that covers training or industry events.
Conferences, symposia, workshops, and other meetings that address theory or engineering of distributed computing and produce published (on-line or paper) proceedings.
"Standardized" and/or openly accepted infrastructures for creating and deploying distributed applications.
This category contains individual distributed computing projects. If you have a distributed framework (that is, software extensible enough to solve different types of problems) please submit it to the Platforms category instead.
This category is for distributed computing projects. A distributed computing project is a coordinated attack on a particular computational problem, normally open to public participation through the Internet. The organization that wants to solve the problem writes software that divides up the problem into little pieces, then other people download the software and let it run on their computers when they're not doing anything else. A well-known example is SETI@Home, a search through radio signals looking for alien intelligence.
Please submit only reviewed on-line or print publications, including journals, books, and edited web sites that address the broad topic of distributed computing. Sites for conferences or workshops that generate (on-line or print) published proceedings are also OK.
Publications (and conferences with published proceedings) that focus on theory and engineering of distributed computing systems.
This category contains links to distributed computing research groups.
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