Vittorio Bertocci

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  • Blog Post: When grid is effective: narrow pipes, huge skulls

    It's like Jim says : " The ideal mobile task is stateless (needs no database or database access), has a tiny network input and output, and has huge computational demand ". That's why SETI@home was such a good idea. However, I believe that the new NASA stunt is even more interesting. Check it out here...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 8 and Eye Candies

    Back to the university time, before my call to the enterprise problems, I was a maniac of everything had to do with computational geometry and computer graphic in general. One of my favourite toys was LParser , a program which would produce elegant 3D sculpures based on simple recursive definitions....
  • Blog Post: Considerate Computing

    I was lazily reading the Italian version of Scientific American , and I got on a very interesting article [ per noi italiani, il link è questo ]: the point of the author was that computer and devices often interrupt us with events demanding our attention, regardless of the fact that we may be busy with...
  • Blog Post: Modeling Reality

    Happy new year everyone! My first 2005 post is about something that I hold very dear, a computer science book titled " Modeling Reality ". I've seen pretty much all phases of its building happening at about 1 mt from me: following the geek couple pattern by the book, she spent her evenings on her laptop...
  • Blog Post: WS & SW

    Yeees! I managed to have a palindrome post title :-) next stage is to make it bustrophedic... anyway it stands for Web Services and Small Words . Here it goes. I recently had a very interesting discussion about if the increased size of messages in SOA in respect to traditional architectures is...
  • Blog Post: OGSI.NET

    In my periodical running of the query http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=grid+computing+%22.net%22+ogsa there's a new result worth noticing: there is a Tech Preview of an OGSI.NET hosting environment that supercedes a previous HTTPG implementation. And guess what...
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