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- Florin Pop, Valentin Cristea:
Distributed Systems Education: From Traditional Models to New Paths of Learning. CSCS 2019: 383-386
- M. A. Himmel, F. Grossman:
Security on distributed systems: Cloud security versus traditional IT. IBM J. Res. Dev. 58(1) (2014)
- Benny Van Houdt:
Performance Comparison of Aggressive Push and Traditional Pull Strategies in Large Distributed Systems. QEST 2011: 265-274
- Heba Kurdi, Maozhen Li, Hamed S. Al-Raweshidy:
A Classification of Emerging and Traditional Grid Systems. IEEE Distributed Syst. Online 9(3) (2008)
- Ioannis Chatzigiannakis, Christos Koninis, Grigorios Prasinos, Christos D. Zaroliagis:
Distributed simulation of heterogeneous systems of small programmable objects and traditional processors. MOBIWAC 2008: 133-140
- Graham C. Low, Brian Henderson-Sellers, David Han:
Comparison of object-oriented and traditional systems development issues in distributed environments. Inf. Manag. 28(5): 327-340 (1995)
- John Lee, Mike P. Papazoglou:
An Extended Model of Traditional Nested Transactions. Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems 1995: 42-45
- Charlie Bass:
A Comparison of Networks Versus Traditional Communications in Distributed Systems Architecture. ACM Pacific 1980: 68-69
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