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TAU Parallel Performance System DOD UGC 2004 Tutorial Part 3: TAU Applications and Developments.

mpiJava package Native MPI library Java program JNI Profile DB TAU TAU package TAU wrapper Native MPI library MPI profiling interface TAU Parallel Performance SystemDOD HPCMP UGC 200433 Java Multi-threading and Message Passing  Java threads and MPI communications / profile data and large numbers of experiments  Provide a robust profile data management system  Portable across user environments  Easily reused in the performance tool implementations  Able to evolve to accommodate new performance data /


Federating Archives in the DELAMAN Network Reagan W. Moore San Diego Supercomputer Center Storage Resource.

Can restrict access by user name/domain/zone Local Archives Maintain files in local file system Register existence of the files into the data grid Issue synchronization command to replicate into the/ metadata Audit trails Data encryption Centralized control Application interfaces C library, Shell commands, Java, Perl, Python, WSDL, workflow Data Management System Features Data grid for managing distributed data Latency management for bulk analyses of collections Infrastructure independent name spaces for /


Copyright©2002 ACCESS.CO.,LTD. Trend of Mobile Java in Japan - 2002.1.13 - Gota Shimizu BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & CORPORATE STRATEGY.

at the same time Window Manager, OS JV-Lite VM by ACCESS CLDC Lib Browser i-AppliMidlet JAM DojaCompatibleMIDP+extension JV-Lite2 W.E. Structure Image Page 19 Copyright©2002 ACCESS.CO.,LTD. Key to succeed in Java application services Core idea of ApplicationBed™ is to lend application for non-PC terminals through Portal Site. Solution System as ‘ApplicationBed™’ ● In the case application is sold/


The TAU Performance Technology for Complex Parallel Systems (Performance Analysis Bring Your Own Code Workshop, Building 1103 Room 236, NASA Stennis Space.

, Mar. 24-25, 200430 Profile Manager Window  Structured AMR toolkit (SAMRAI++),/libraries (reg, id, sync)  Target different thread systems with core functionality  Pthreads, Windows, Java, SMARTS, Tulip, OpenMP The TAU Performance SystemNAVO, Mar. 24-25, 200493 Virtual Machine Performance Instrumentation  Integrate performance system with VM  Captures robust performance data (e.g., thread events)  Maintain features of environment  portability, concurrency, extensibility, interoperation  Allow use in/


The TAU Performance Technology for Complex Parallel Systems Sameer Shende, Allen D. Malony, Robert Bell University of Oregon {sameer, malony,

GSFC, March 10, 200430 Profile Manager Window  Structured AMR toolkit (SAMRAI/libraries (reg, id, sync)  Target different thread systems with core functionality  Pthreads, Windows, Java, SMARTS, Tulip, OpenMP The TAU Performance SystemNASA GSFC, March 10, 200496 Virtual Machine Performance Instrumentation  Integrate performance system with VM  Captures robust performance data (e.g., thread events)  Maintain features of environment  portability, concurrency, extensibility, interoperation  Allow use in/


SaxStore: a n aspect oriented persistence library for Java based on SAX events Riccardo Solmi University of Bologna May 2001.

library for Java based on SAX events Riccardo Solmi University of Bologna May 2001 Summary SaxStore: features and usage scenarios Choice of a perspective XML representation Accessing XML data Accessing application objects SaxStore persistence management Features SaxStore provides a mechanism to map arbitrary Java/ classes is not trivial. Generated classes requires additional memory SaxStore: focus on Java side In many applications the format of XML representation doesn’t matter. Versioning support is/


Chapter 4.1: Threads. 4.2 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2005 Operating System Concepts Threads – Our Chapter 4 Outline This chapter addresses multi-threaded.

. 4.16 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2005 Operating System Concepts Thread Libraries - more Three primary thread libraries, and we will look at two of these: POSIX Pthreads – can be provided as either a user- or kernel-level library.  Will look at code. Win32 threads – will not consider Java threads – Here, the Java thread API allows thread creation and management directly in Java programs.  This is very straightforward.  Will look/


The TAU Performance Technology for Complex Parallel Systems (Performance Analysis Bring Your Own Code Workshop, NRL Washington D.C.) Sameer Shende, Allen.

C. Aug. 8, 200433 Profile Manager Window  Structured AMR toolkit (/libraries (reg, id, sync)  Target different thread systems with core functionality  Pthreads, Windows, Java, SMARTS, Tulip, OpenMP The TAU Performance SystemNRL Washington D.C. Aug. 8, 200497 Virtual Machine Performance Instrumentation  Integrate performance system with VM  Captures robust performance data (e.g., thread events)  Maintain features of environment  portability, concurrency, extensibility, interoperation  Allow use in/


Last revised: 1 November 2006 Week 7 Issues and challenges in designing and managing digital libraries Ki Tat LAM Head of Library Systems The Hong Kong.

Tomcat - the servlet container PostgreSQL - SQL-based database management system PostgreSQL - SQL-based database management system Apache Ant - tool for building programs Apache Ant - tool for building programs Digital Libraries - K.T. Lam 45 Installing Prerequisites Java JDK 5.0 Java JDK 5.0 http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp Download file/


TAU Performance System Sameer Shende, Allen D. Malony University of Oregon {sameer, Workshop Jan 9-10, 2006. Classroom 1, T 1889,

in complex software, systems, applications TAU Performance SystemLLNL11 TAU Performance System Architecture event selection TAU Performance SystemLLNL12 TAU Performance System Architecture TAU Performance SystemLLNL13 Program Database Toolkit (PDT) Application / Library/be replaced by counts from PAPI e.g., PAPI_FP_INS. */ TAU Performance SystemLLNL82 ParaProf – Manager Window performance database derived performance metrics TAU Performance SystemLLNL83 Performance Database: Storage of MetaData TAU /


Java for High Performance Computing Jordi Garcia Almiñana 14 de Octubre de 1998 de la era post-internet.

parallelism –Machine-dependent optimizations Just-in-time optimizations Java for High Performance Computing16 Java for HPC Parallel Systems for HPC in Java –Parallel implementation of a JVM Programming based on SPMD Java Based on PVM or MPI implementations –Environment definition for network parallel programs Heterogeneous environment (run-time systems or parallel libraries) –Parallel sparse computation in Java Runtime environment with continuous compilation Java for High Performance Computing17 The Survey/


CS2200 Software Development Lecture: Java Platform Lecturer: Adrian O’Riordan Course Webpage:

handling Dynamic - run-time system, classes are linked only as needed Secure - for networked environments Web-enabled - Webstart, applets, and servlets Popular and free - widely used Tool support – many compilers, supporting IDEs, etc. Example Feature: Java Garbage Collection Basic variables have a predefined duration; objects do not JVM manages memory for you - there is no facility to manually destroy objects in Java Java collects “garbage” objects/


Chapter 13 Configuration Management

Release The definition of the terms follows the IEEE standard. Different configuration management systems may use different terms. Example: CVS configuration management system used in our projects uses terms differeing from the IEEE standard. Terminology: Configuration/s Directory (IEEE: Dynamic Library) Library for holding newly created or modified software entities. The programmer’s workspace is controlled by the programmer only. Master Directory (IEEE: Controlled Library) Manages the current baseline(s) /


Mobiiliohjelmointi Kevät 2009 1 4. Dynamic Linking OverviewOverview Implementation techniquesImplementation techniques PluginsPlugins Managing memory consumptionManaging.

system management (smallest unit addressed in e.g. build or release management)Scoping of system management (smallest unit addressed in e.g. build or release management) Work allocationWork allocation Mobiiliohjelmointi Kevät 2009 3 Dynamically linked libraries/ 39000 –Objects: 450 UseStringBuffer (optimized)UseStringBuffer (optimized) –Bytes: 304 –Objects: 5 [Hartikainen: Java application and library memory consumption, TUT, 2005] Mobiiliohjelmointi Kevät 2009 38 Example 3 A sample application consisting of/


Chapter 13: Configuration Management

Define promote /release policies Define activities and responsibilities Set up configuration management system References Readings used for this lecture Additional References [Bruegge-Dutoit] Chapter 13 Configuration Management [IEEE 828-2005] Software Configuration Management Additional References CVS Homepage: http://www.cvshome.org/ Online Documentation: http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual/cvs.html Jikes: Open Source Java Compiler maintained with CVS Source tree (read only): http://sourcery/


Operating System Concepts with Java – 7 th Edition, Nov 15, 2006 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2007 Chapter 4: Threads.

die 4.8 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2007 Operating System Concepts with Java – 7 th Edition, Nov 15, 2006 User and Kernel Threads  User threads - Thread management done by user-level threads library, with or without knowledge of the kernel  Kernel/ Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2007 Operating System Concepts with Java – 7 th Edition, Nov 15, 2006 Thread Specific Data Thread-specific data in Java. 4.50 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2007 Operating System Concepts with Java – 7 th Edition, Nov 15, /


CSPP51036 Java Programming Instructor: Andrew Siegel.

ie they are empty).  These are called “marker interfaces”.  Examples are Cloneable and Serializable in java library.  We will understand these better once we understand subtype-supertype relationships. Subtyping with Interfaces  / gui = new SimpleGUI(); System.out.println(“main thread coninues”); }} Add Layout Manager import javax.swing.*; import java.awt.*; class SimpleGUI extends JFrame{ SimpleGUI(){ setSize(400,400); //set frames size in pixels setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE); JButton but1/


Programming with Android: System Architecture

Management 14 The Android Architecture Native Libraries (C/C++ code) Graphics (Surface Manager) Multimedia (Media Framework) Database DBMS (SQLite) Font Management (FreeType) WebKit C libraries (Bionic) …. 15 The Android Architecture Application Libraries (Core Components of Android) Activity Manager Packet Manager Telephony Manager Location Manager Contents Provider Notification Manager …. 16 The Android Architecture Applications (Written in Java/distinct system identity (Linux user ID and group ID), in an /


Web to Database Connectivity Tools Frank Cervone Assistant Director for Systems DePaul University Libraries Access ‘98 October 3, 1998.

Systems DePaul University Libraries Access ‘98 October 3, 1998 Introduction Databases Database APIs Programming Languages Access Models Databases Flat files Relational databases Object-oriented databases Flat Files Simple implementation –regular text –basic encoding –word, excel files dbm Files UNIX/gnu library of routines that manage/slow, but is growing Programming Languages Java C and/or C++ PERL/CGI/–page is interpreted and a new one is generated in its place Interpreted Page Example <% set conn=server./


Java Analysis Studio & Object Oriented Data Analysis (in Java) KEK 25 th May 2000 Tony Johnson - SLAC

++ Represent Complex Data  Persistence  Run time access to data Still need to build (or buy and deploy) data management system (e.g. Root, Objectivity) Java Represent Complex Data Persistence (serialization) Run time access to data (reflection) support built-in to language Where would HEP use Java?  GUI systems  online + control (not really any alternative)  Event Display  Reconstruction+Simulation packages?  Data Analysis tasks  Offline  Online  Event Generators/


COMP 655: Distributed/Operating Systems Summer 2011 Dr. Chunbo Chu Week 11: System Examples 9/4/20151Distributed Systems - COMP 655.

System + Hardware.NET Framework.NET Application Platform for running.NET managed code in a virtual machine Provides a very good environment to develop networked applications and Web Services Provides programming API and unified language-independent development framework.NET Framework The Core of.NET Framework Common Language Runtime –Garbage collection –Language integration –Multiple versioning support (no more DLL hell!) –Integrated security Framework Class Library/2015Distributed Systems - Comp 65563 Java /


Embedded Java Research Geoffrey Beers Peter Jantz December 18, 2001.

Event Handling and ATC provides ways to manage execution in a real-time environment asynchronously. Asynchronous Event Handling and ATC provides ways to manage execution in a real-time environment asynchronously. By implementing/in Embedded Server Applications J2SE (Standard Edition) J2SE (Standard Edition) –For writing Applets and other applications J2ME (Micro Edition) J2ME (Micro Edition) –For Embedded Systems J2ME and Java Card Hierarchy CVM J2ME CDC Libraries KVMJava Card VM Edition = Core Libraries/


1 1. Introduction 2. C# versus Java : highlights 3. C# data types 4. Defining custom data types 5. Operator Overloading 6. Event driven programming 7..NET.

configuration management System.EnterpriseServices - advanced services - distributed transaction, object pooling, queuing, event handling - reliable asynchronous messaging - access to directory service 113 C# and.NET 1.Introduction 2.C# versus Java : highlights 3.C# data types 4.Defining custom data types 5.Operator Overloading 6.Event driven programming 7..NET Framework Class Library 8.A GUI in C# 9.A web service in C# 114 GUIs in.NET/


Presentation to LaSalle University’s CIS 679: Middleware Architecture Class Java’s Role in Enterprise Middleware Gene Wenning

are in the Jar” Two types of API’s exist in Java –Interface Specifications: Non-Functional Libraries –Implementations: Functional Libraries The Java Platform (continued) Use of an Interface Specification API library always requires the use of an implementation library –/ Case Study: Creation of XSQL 4GL Enables the dynamic manipulation of Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) compliant with Java’s Database Connectivity (JDBC) via feature rich, interpretative programming environment –Executes: select/


VoIP, Asterisk, and Java Michael P. Plezbert Agilis Systems, Inc St. Louis Java Users Group April 13, 2006.

VoIP, Asterisk, and Java Michael P. Plezbert Agilis Systems, Inc St. Louis Java Users Group April 13, 2006 VoIP, Asterisk, and Java St. Louis JUGApril 13, 2006 Overview VoIP Basics Asterisk PBX Asterisk Gateway Interface Manager Interface Asterisk-Java Library Example Security Resources About Us VoIP, Asterisk, and Java St. Louis JUGApril 13, 2006 VoIP Two-way (pseudo-) real-time audio communication over IP network Allows “free” computer-to/


© 2006 IBM Corporation 29th Internationalization and Unicode Conference ICU Overview: The Open Source Unicode Library Markus Scherer IBM Globalization.

portability  Version Management –Multiple versions of ICU4C in the same process memory space –Data and library versioning  String Buffer Management –Preflighting and overflow protection  Flexible –Allows Loading and Unloading ICU4C libraries –Runtime settable memory allocation and mutex functions ICU Overview: The Open Source Unicode Library San Francisco, California, March, 2006 13 29th Internationalization and Unicode Conference Architecture Overview – ICU4J  Supplement for Java  Core globalization/


1Basics of J2ME. 2 Objectives –Understand the different java API’s and how the mobile edition API’s fit in –Understand what a mobile configuration and.

a complete Java application environment for cell phones and other devices with similar capabilities.” 11Basics of J2ME CE00213-M Mobile Applications and Systems Basics of J2ME Profiles An extension to a configuration Provides libraries for a /devices 12Basics of J2ME Java Virtual Machines –The JVM (java virtual machine) translates the class files into machine code for platform running the JVM –The JVM is also responsible for providing security, allocating& freeing memory & managing threads –For CDC the/


SAP NetWeaver 7.3 AS Java Introduction By Phani Kumar DS.

Java system consists of three logical layers: Java Enterprise Runtime - comprises low-level subsystems that provide functions such as class loading, cluster communication, persistent configuration data management, and so on. AS Java System Components - consists of facades, interfaces, libraries/for productive use. Logical value True jstart/debug_mode ( jstartup/debug_mode ) Activates Java debugging for all server processes. A Java VM in debugging mode is extremely slow. When using the SAP JVM, debugging can /


@ For more details visit : Opportunities for participation Modular Architecture Trace JIT compiler Interpreter Memory manager.

manager Thread manager VM XML NIO beans native code lang util net io JNI Portability Layer Hardware / Operating System VMI (C) security Java SE class libraries JSE API Class library constructed from 20+ OSGi bundles! Simple JVM interface to Harmony’s class libraries Single launcher can switch between different JVM providers: java/for code repository, bug tracking, patches, e-mail Developers typically work in local mirror and manage patches to JIRA Master code base continuously built and tested by community /


Chapter 4: Threads. 4.2 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2005 Operating System Concepts – 7 th edition, Jan 23, 2005 Chapter 4: Threads Overview Multithreading.

kernel space  Invoking a function in the API results in a system call 4.18 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2005 Operating System Concepts – 7 th edition, Jan 23, 2005 Thread Libraries POSIX Pthreads library may be provided as either a user-or kernel- level library The Win32 thread library is a kernel level library available on Windows Java thread API allows thread creation and management directly in Java programs, but since JVM is/


Overview Multithreading Models Threading Issues Pthreads Solaris 2 Threads Windows 2000 Threads Linux Threads Java Threads.

of the library.  Common in UNIX operating systems.  Implements the one-to-one mapping.  Each thread contains ◦ a thread id ◦ register set ◦ separate user and kernel stacks ◦ private data storage area  Linux refers to them as tasks rather than threads.  Thread creation is done through clone() system call.  Clone() allows a child task to share the address space of the parent task (process)  Java threads/


JDBC CHAPTER-2. JDBC - Java Database Connectivity. JDBC from Sun Microsystems provides API or Protocol to interact with different databases. With the.

is a platform dependent because it uses ODBC which is depends on native libraries of the operating system and also the driver needs other installation for example, ODBC must be installed/in between do not need to be converted any other formatted system so this is the fastest way to communicate quires to DBMS and it is completely written in JAVA because of that this is also known as the “direct to database Pure JAVA driver Process: Java Application → JDBC APIs → JDBC Driver Manager → Type 4 Driver (Pure JAVA/


20.1 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2003 Operating System Concepts with Java Chapter 20: The Linux System History Design Principles Kernel Modules Process.

same common system library functions. Dynamic linking is more efficient in terms of both physical memory and disk-space usage because it loads the system libraries into memory only once. 20.41 Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne ©2003 Operating System Concepts with Java File Systems To the user, Linux’s file system appears as a hierarchical directory tree obeying UNIX semantics. Internally, the kernel hides implementation details and manages the multiple/


© 2005 IBM Corporation 28th Internationalization and Unicode Conference ICU Overview: The Open Source Unicode Library George Rhoten IBM Globalization Center.

for portability  Version Management –Multiple versions of ICU4C in the same process memory space –Data and library versioning  String Buffer Management –Preflighting and overflow protection  Flexible –Allows Loading and Unloading ICU4C libraries –Runtime settable memory allocation and mutex functions ICU Overview: The Open Source Unicode Library Orlando, Florida, September, 2005 13 28th Internationalization and Unicode Conference Architecture Overview – ICU4J  Supplement for Java  Core globalization/


Library Example February 2010 – August 2010

Situation The given ABC-Library-Model has no real database! It’s “java-database” is implemented by HashMap attributes in the Book & Customer classes. The 6 Library classes are packed in a jar-file /manager"}) public HashSet allBooks() { return Book.allBooks(); }... etc @RolesAllowed before every method LibraryAdminBean package efg.library; import javax.ejb.Stateless; import efg.library.IF.LibraryAdminIF; @Stateless public class LibraryAdminBean implements LibraryAdminIF { public LibraryAdminBean() { System/


JDBC - Java Database Connectivity. JDBC provides Java applications with access to most database systems via SQL The architecture and API closely resemble.

) Application Database Client SQL Requests SQL Results JDBC Driver: 100% java and use no CLI native libraries. Support applets containing the driver to be downloaded over the network, I.e., applets can communicate directly with the database. JDBC Driver Type IV: Native-Protocol-All-Java Driver Network Interface Local Disk Proprietary DB Protocol (in Java) Network Interface Server JDBC Drivers (Fig.) JDBC Type I “Bridge/


Mastère RSD - TC4 2005/20061 Distributed JAVA Aims and Principles The ProActive library Models of behaviours Generation of finite (parameterized) models.

JAVA Aims and Principles The ProActive library Models of behaviours Generation of finite (parameterized) models Eric Madelaine INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, Oasis team Mastère RSD - TC4 2005/200617 Principles (1) Objectives: Behavioural model (Labelled Transition Systems), built in/ state and computation, service of requests, submission of requests) manages the « wait by necessity » of responses (futures) Mastère RSD - TC4 2005/200620 A Remote requests Proxy Java Object A ag = newActive (“A”, […], VirtualNode) V /


Android Application Development Workshop 1 JAVA Introduction Application Fundamentals.

which provides security for communications over networks.  libc – A standard C system library. Android Application Development Workshop 50 Android Application Development Workshop 51  Core Libraries Providing most of the functionality available in the core libraries of the Java language APIs  Data Structures  Utilities  File Access  Network Access  Graphics Android Application Development Workshop 52 Activity Manager  Each activity has a default window  Most applications have several activities/


Code Management James N. Bellinger University of Wisconsin at Madison 1 June 2011 1.

Management James N. Bellinger University of Wisconsin at Madison 1 June 2011 1 Libraries CDF Uses Shared libraries (non-system) we use come from: – dcap – diskcache_i – frontier_client – oracle_instant_client – root root v5 collection uses fewer than root v4 – Our own code (DBANA things) 3/17/2016 Static Libraries/ Zmtools cmsim xdr (should be system) stl (old interface?) ace 3/17/2016 System/RPM, or ought to be stl? mysql gsl java motif python tcl/tk yacc (tool, not library) readline 3/17/2016 Current /


Unit IV Android Overview. WHAT IS ANDROID?  A Software platform and operating system for mobile.  Based on the Linux kernel.  An open source  Android.

management, Process management, Network stack and Driver model  Acts as an abstraction layer between the hardware and the rest of the software stack Libraries 18  Run in system background  Using C/C++ Language  4 types of Libraries Bionic Libc, system C libraries Function Libraries, supporting multimedia, web browser, SQLite... Native Servers Hardware Abstraction Libraries Core Libraries 19  System C library, the standard C system library/  All written in Java  Our applications are in the same level /


Federated Role-Based Access Control Security Federated RBAC: Fortress, OAuth2, JWT, Java EE, & JASPIC.

.apache.org/fortress/ Standards based and Open Source Identity Access Management system ANSI RBAC (INCITS 359) ARBAC02 (http://profsandhu.com/journals/tissec/p113-oh.pdf)http://profsandhu.com/journals/tissec/p113-oh.pdf JAVA and REST APIs Web Based management interface Role Based Access Control Role - Collection of permissions Permission (Object + Operation) Object - Resource in the system Operation - Access mode of the resource Users - Assigned to/


© 1999, Wen-mei Hwu, All Rights Reserved 1 Java Virtual Machine: VM Architecture, Software Architecture, Implementations, and Application Programming Interfaces.

// inside readName library function or to /in Java) © 1999, Wen-mei Hwu, All Rights Reserved 188 JavaOS Architecture Native-Java abstraction at lowest possible level –Memory Access Classes (Virtual Memory / IOPort / DMA Access) –Interrupt Classes –Java Platform Interface (JPI) to machine dependent microkernel © 1999, Wen-mei Hwu, All Rights Reserved 189 JavaOS Architecture Layers Microkernel and Memory Manager (native) Device Drivers (mostly bytecode) Java Virtual Machine (bytecode, calls native system/


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SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY JAVA SERVER PAGES.  Provide a facility whereby you can write sever-side scripted pages using the full power of the Java programming language and the rich set of class libraries associated with Java/ management system./system.  Role for Users are defined in three levels here.  Employee  Team Leader  HR Employee These roles can be extended by defining more levels or giving rights to administrator to define other levels of users. BIBLIOGRAPHY  Core Servlet and JSP Marty Hall.  Java/


Security Aspects in Java Bytecode Engineering (Blackhat Briefings 2002, Las Vegas) Marc Schönefeld (Master of Business Informatics) Software-Architect.

in Java can rely. These programs are called the "Java class libraries." The third element is the Java compiler, which translates the code written by the developer into Java "bytecode." Finally{}, there are programs called "Java virtual machines," or "JVMs" which translate Java bytecode into instructions comprehensible to the underlying operating system. 6 Java Architectural Stack Hardware Operating System Java/(program counter) All frames of a thread are managed in a stack frame 30 Runtime data Method area –/


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Graphics, Web and X Libraries Ver 2.0.0Eb July Updated Java 2, SE (J2SE) 1.3.1_16 – July Updated Java 2, SE (J2SE) /Java 1.4.2_08 Dual Core Support Critical OS Fixes French/German Media Kits in September Maintenance Pack 2 Scheduled for 4Q05 19 OpenServer 6 Roadmap Plan MP1 Basic Maintenance Dual Core Support Mozilla1.7.10 Java/ Enhancements Integration of Samba into Filesystem, Account and Print Managers New Managers for: Samba, MySQL, DNS, System Monitor, Task and PostgreSQL Driver Updates for IDE, HBA/


Infrastructure Systems: The Globus Toolkit BRIITE Meeting - Nov 2-4, 2005 2-4 Nov 2005, Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA Frank Siebenlist (Globus Alliance.

u Infrastructure for building new services l Security u Apply uniform policy across distinct systems l Execution management u Provision, deploy, & manage services l Data management u Discover, transfer, & access large data l Monitoring u Discover & monitor /Workspace Management Grid Telecontrol Protocol Contrib/ Preview Core Depre- cated www.globus.org Nov 3, 2005BRIITE Meeting: The Globus Toolkit16 Java Services in Apache Axis Plus GT Libraries and Handlers Your Java Service Your Python Service Your Java /


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Software and Systems Division Medical Device Communication Test Effort IHE-PCD, HL7 Dev WG, ISO/IEEE 11073, and NIST Medical Device Communication Test.

profiles and specializations Generates Implementation Conformance Statements –ValidatePDU Tool Provides message syntax and semantic validation –Java Class Library (of standards syntax notation) Implementable-code of abstract types defined in standard Coder (encodes and decodes APDUs) Critical Validation for x73 implementation (as defined in x73 Standard) –RTM Management Service Software and Systems Division Medical Device Semantic Database Consists of three primary parts: –IHE-PCD Harmonized Rosetta Table/


Internet and Java Foundations, Programming and Practice

e) { e.printStackTrace(); } catch (StreamCorruptedException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } catch (OptionalDataException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } catch (IOException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } System.out.println ("Date serialized at: "+ d); } public static void main (String args[]) { new ReadDate (); } Network/Socket Programming in Java java.net Used to manage: URL streams Client/server sockets Datagrams Part III - Networking ServerSocket(1234) Output/write stream Input/read stream Socket(“130.63.122.1/


08/03/071/41 Polymer: A Language and System for Specifying Complex, Modular Run-time Policies Jay Ligatti, University of South Florida Joint work with:

(JDK 1.0) vs. only unsigned applets sandboxed (JDK 1.1) 08/03/077/41 Managing Complexity via Centralization Application with policy scattered throughout Scattered policy is hard to find and reason about Application/System Tools Policy compiler Policy compiler –Converts monitor policies written in the Polymer language into Java source code –Then runs javac to compile the Java source Bytecode instrumenter Bytecode instrumenter –Inserts calls to the monitor at the right places in:  The core Java libraries/


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