Research Paper On Grid Computing Security
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Parallel Computing and its Evolution
An 11 page paper discussing the evolution of parallel computing. The path of the quest for workable parallel computing configurations is littered with far more failures than successes. Despite the failures of the past, the concept of parallel computing remains one worth pursuing and in fact represents the next logical step in the evolution of computing in general. The paper begins with Gene Amdahl in 1955, progresses through the trial and error of the 1960s and 1970s, and relays many of the successes and strides of the 1980s and 1990s. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
In the wake of the 9-11 terrorist attacks on U.S. soil, the U.S. government has stepped up efforts to protect its citizens. Among those efforts is protection of computer networks that control power grids, water and the utilities. This paper examines what, exactly, is being done and how cyberterrorism is defined. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Music Industry Decision Making
A 4 page paper reviewing several decision-making tools and relating them to the international music market. The paper discusses the Pareto principle and decision tools of Paired Comparison analysis, Grid Analysis, PMI(Plus/Minus/Interesting), and Force Field Analysis. Bibliography lists 6 sources.