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Symphony [49] is a Java-based composition and manipulation framework for the Grid. The framework has two principal elements: a composition and control environment in which a meta-program is constructed and a backend execution environment in which the described computation is performed. Symphony provides a GUI in which components are instantiated and customized to describe speci c programs and les. These individual components can then be connected by links indicating data- ow relationships. Individual components and complete meta-programs can be saved, restored for later use and shared with other users. During execution, the components initiate and monitor the operations performed in the backend execution environment. The operations are performed in terms of the de ned data- ow relationships. The backend execution environment uses Globus or proprietary mechanisms to access remote resources.
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Photos are some of the most important, irreplaceable files that we all keep on our PCs. There are many different solutions to managing and organizing files. I m going to cover the method my family uses to keep photos organized. I like this method because it does not rely on any additional software. It utilizes Windows s basic folder capability and still keeps files accessible and organized in a usable manner. Many people have gotten used to using the software that came with their cameras or printers to categorize and organize their photos. I prefer to use a more generic method, because it allows me to upload and access files from any computer and I know it will always be supported. The following methods work very well for my family, but they should be viewed only as an example of a system that is simple and usable. Your preferences may be different, but this example should help you to develop your own organizational plan. Chronological Organization The backbone of my family s photo organization is the idea of storing photos in chronological folders. We use a two-tier setup, and we name the folders in such a way that Windows default view of the folders will keep the files in chronological order. The first tier is simply a group of folders for each year that you have digital photos from. The folders should simply be named 2005, 2006, 2007, and so on. This first tier helps to keep things less cluttered, and it allows you to drill down to a specific year when you are looking for a photo. The first tier of the folder hierarchy is shown in Figure 2-5. The next tier is a set of folders that are named for the date when we download the pictures from the camera. We choose to use this scheme because it simplifies the process of managing our photos. If we tried to go strictly by month, we either have to do extra work (sorting the files manually), or we have to accept that files taken in late May might get lumped in with some other photos downloaded in June. Also, we download photos several times a month, so keeping all of a month s pictures in one folder gets cumbersome. We name the folders according to the full date, including year, and we name them in such a way that alphabetical sorting will also keep them in chronological order. This is important because the dates assigned to a folder might change if you copy the folders from one machine to another, whereas the filename will stay constant. So, for a set of photos that were downloaded on May 1, 2007, we would create a folder named 2007-05-01. The inclusion of the year in the folder name is somewhat redundant, because this folder is contained in a parent folder called
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