The 32-page first issue of the journal contains five high value articles including one by Syed Misbahuddin on "Fault detection and tolerance in cluster of workstations using message passing interface", second one by Syed Rizwanul Hasan on "Performance Evaluation CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access} in terms of Power Measurement and Reduction, third one by Raheel Siddiqi on "A Region-based approach to the automated marking of short textual answers", fourth one by Bilal Alvi joined by Wasim Qureshi and Shakir Kareem, on "Importance of Information availability, its effects on business and the proposed mode" while the 5th one by Muhammad Kashif Shaikh, Muzammil Ahmed Khan and Mumtazul Imam dilates upon "Performance Assessment of high availability clustered computing using LVS-NAT.
What does COW stand for?
COW stands for Cluster of Workstations (UW-Madison)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Church of Walt (Disneyland, CA)
- Cinema on the Web
- Circle of Willis
- Citizen of the World
- City of Wanneroo (Australia)
- City of Westminster (Westminster, Colorado and UK)
- City of Windhoek (Namibia)
- Classroom on Wheels
- Clerk of Works (UK construction inspector)
- Clinic on Wheels
- Coalition of the Willing
- Coffee of the Week (Starbucks)
- Coldworked; Not Furnace-Sensitized and Welded
- Collectible of the Week
- College of Wooster
- Commanding Officer's Wife
- Committee of the Whole
- Computer On Wheels (DeVry Institute of Technology)
- Computer Originated World (BBC-1 TV ident in the 1980s)
- Container On Wheels
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to McGraw, the experiments generated a huge amount of video data, so Evans teamed up with Megan Woolfit and David Green to pipe the data to a cluster of workstations to track the insects' movements and analyse their activity levels.
coli, multiple sequence alignment in parallel on a cluster of workstations, high-performance phylogeny reconstruction under maximum parsimony, alignment methods for protein threading, and molecular structure determination on a computational and data grid.