“Distributed Graphics and Communications” by Hamlin, Dam, Nelson, Heriton and Pferd

  • ©Griffith (Griff) Hamlin, Andries (Andy) van Dam, David L. Nelson, William Pferd, Robert (Bob) M. Dunn, and David Heriton

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Entry Number: 17

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    Distributed Graphics and Communications

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    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    Systems designers, programmers, and managers of graphics systems that are implemented on two or more computers. The tutorial will assume a basic knowledge of computer graphics and interactive computing.

    ABSTRACT

    This tutorial will present distributed graphics and communications from the point of view of the researcher, the manufacturer of distributed systems, and the user of distributed graphics applications. The architecture and communications mechanisms of distributed graphics systems will be surveyed. Examples of using distributed graphics systems in a production environment will be given. Some research issues concerning the division of labor between two or more computers will be described. The attendee should be able to evaluate his need and the capability of his site to support distributed graphics applications.


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    Maxine Brown

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    In the collection of Maxine Brown

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