Internet Based Programmable Distributed Computer

Don Gilbert gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu
Thu Mar 16 11:43:47 EST 2000

In article <38D08CCB.FCE393B2 at genedata.com>,
Reinhard Doelz  <reinhard.doelz at genedata.com> wrote:
>For the molecular biology application domain, the disadvantage of
>distributed solutions is the overhead to maintain up-to-date data and
>application configurations at all the nodes. Molecular biology
>applications frequently suffer from different data at the service nodes,

One of the goals of the Bio-Mirror project is to address this,
in providing a consistant set of up-to-date primary data,
and it may branch out to distributed applications for molecular
biology if we get the time.  See http://www.bio-mirror.net/

- Don

PS. we welcome other bioinformatics centers 
who may want to join this group in data distribution.

-- d.gilbert--bioinformatics--indiana-u--bloomington-in-47405
-- gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu

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