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|Title:||GRIDCC - Providing a real-time grid for distributed instrumentation|
|Keywords:||Grid;Computing;Real-Time software;Electrical power|
|Citation:||Proceeding of Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics conference, Mubai, February 2006.|
|Abstract:||The GRIDCC project is extending the use of Grid computing to include access to and control of distributed instrumentation. Access to the instruments will be via an interface to a Virtual Instrument Grid Service (VIGS). VIGS is a new concept and its design and implementation, together with middleware that can provide the appropriate Quality of Service (QoS), is a key part of the GRIDCC development plan. An overall architecture for GRIDCC has been defined and some of the application areas, which include distributed power systems, remote control of an accelerator and the remote monitoring of a large particle physics experiment, are briefly discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electronic and Computer Engineering|
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