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Simulation of computational grids scheduling politics
Computational grids allow users to share resources of distributed machines, even if those machines belong to different corporations. The scheduling of applications must be performed aiming at performance goals, and focusing ...
iSPD: An iconic-based modeling simulator for distributed grids
Simulation of large and complex systems, such as computing grids, is a difficult task. Current simulators, despite providing accurate results, are significantly hard to use. They usually demand a strong knowledge of ...
Cloud Computing and Information Technology Strategy
(Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2014)
COPS Collaborative online problem solving
COPS (Collaborative Online Problem Solving) is an online multiplayer game which was developed using a computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) game based model. COPS aims to improve the problem solving skill of ...
A comparative study of technology-mediated learning strategies for teaching people with intellectual disability
(Association for Computing Machinery, 2017-10-23)
In this paper, we report on our experiences investigating the role of digital technology in face-to-face instruction of students with intellectual disability. In this process, we used a multi-method approach and our findings ...
A Parallel Finite Element Program on a Beowulf Cluster
Some experiences on writing a parallel finite element code on a Beowulf cluster are shown. This cluster is made up of seven Pentium III processors connected by Fast Ethernet. The code was written in Cþþ making use of MPI ...
NTEGRATION OF COMPUTERS IN THE TEACHING PRACTICES OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS
(Centro Federal Educacao Tecnologica Rio Grande Norte, 2016-01-01)
In this paper we present an excerpt of the data obtained by applying a questionnaire to 44 Mathematics teachers who were teaching in the academic year 2013/2014 in Braga (Portugal). The data produced are part of an ...