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  • Flow Analysis Tool Whitepaper

    White Papers // Mar 2012 // provided by NASA

    Faster networks are continually being built to accommodate larger data transfers. While it is intuitive to think that implementing faster networks will result in higher throughput rates, this is often not the case. There are many elements involved in data transfer, many of which are beyond the scope of the ...

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  • Fault Tolerance in ZigBee Wireless Sensor Networks

    White Papers // Apr 2011 // provided by NASA

    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) based on the IEEE 802.15.4 Personal Area Network standard are finding increasing use in the home automation and emerging smart energy markets. The network and application layers, based on the ZigBee 2007 PRO Standard, provide a convenient framework for component-based software that supports customer solutions from ...

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  • Case Study for Running HPC Applications in Public Clouds

    White Papers // Apr 2010 // provided by NASA

    Cloud computing is emerging as an alternative computing platform to bridge the gap between scientists' growing computational demands and their computing capabilities. A scientist who wants to run HPC applications can obtain massive computing resources 'in the cloud' quickly (in minutes), as opposed to days or weeks it normally takes ...

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  • NASA Nebula Cloud Computing Platform

    White Papers // Apr 2010 // provided by NASA

    Nebula is an open-source cloud computing platform that was developed to provide an easily quantifiable and improved alternative to building additional expensive data centers and to provide an easier way for NASA scientists and researchers to share large, complex data sets with external partners and the public. Nebula is currently ...

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  • Rethinking Crew Error: Overview of a Panel Session

    White Papers // Jul 2001 // provided by NASA

    This paper discusses that to improve aviation safety one must stop thinking of pilot errors as the prime cause of accidents, but rather think of errors as the consequence of many factors that combine to create the conditions for accidents. It is easy in hindsight to identify ways any given ...

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