Room 222, Hardman Hall
The following somewhat outdated computing facilities primarily support research at the LSDIS lab and the advanced courses taught in the area of the lab's research.
LSDIS Lab's computing resources support distributed and collaborative computing, Intra- and Internet environments, wired and wireless LAN communications, and heterogeneous media data and multimedia document creation and management. Currently, it has approx. 30 computers including 7 servers (Solaris, Linux and Windows) with networked storage.
Commercial-grade software development environment, especially for C/S and distributed systems as well as multimedia authoring and data management receive as much importance as hardware. These include (in addition to freeware)
Significant prototype software include:
The lab maintains active collaborations with industry; its industry sponsor and affiliates include Boeing and Hewlett Packard Corp. We gratefully acknowledge substantial software donation by
Software donations of the past exceeded $400K.
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