OpenAdap.net: Evolvable Information Processing Environment
OpenAdap.net is an Open Source project aimed at breaking the barriers existing in the flow of information access and information processing. The infrastructure makes it possible the dissemination of resources like knowledge, tools or data, their exposure to evaluation in ways that might be unanticipated and hence support the evolution of communities of users around a specific domain. The architecture is designed by analogy with a virtual distributed operating system in which the dynamic resources are presented as files in a structured virtual file system featuring ownership and access permissions.
KeywordsMultivariate Time Series Open Source Project Access Permission IEEE Internet Computing Java Message Service
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