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Grid Computing Making the Global Infrastructure a Reality. Edited by F. Berman, A. Hey and G. Fox 2003 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd ISBN: 0-470-85319-0
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The only difference between QuickTime files on the Mac and the PC is that movies made on the Macintosh can internally reference media content from either a resource or data fork, whereas movies made on the PC cannot. Because the two operating systems have different file and directory structures, this referencing system can t be carried over to the PC. Consequently, most Mac movies need to be flattened in order to work properly on the PC flattening means that all material referenced in the resource fork of the Mac QuickTime is compiled into one data fork, which is then accessible by all operating systems. Usually, when you are rendering video content on the Mac, you are given an option to flatten (or not flatten) the final movie. A movie can also be flattened with QuickTime Player by selecting Make Movie Self-Contained when you save (or resave) the movie.
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As mentioned earlier, P2P systems fragment into multiple disconnected subsystems. NaradaBrokering could also be used to connect islands of peers together. Peers that are not directly connected through the peer network could be indirectly connected through the broker network. Peer interactions and resources in the P2P model are traditionally unreliable, with interactions being lost or discarded because of peer failures or absences, overloading of peers and queuing thresholds being reached. Guaranteed delivery properties existing in NaradaBrokering can augment peer behavior to provide a notion of reliable peers, interactions and resources. Such an integrated brokering solution would also allow for hybrid interaction schemes to exist alongside each other. Applications could be built around hybrid-clients that would exhibit part peer behavior and part traditional client behavior (e.g. JMS). P2P communications could be then used for traf c where loss of information can be sustained. Similarly, hybrid-clients needing to communicate with each other in a reliable fashion could utilize the brokering system s capabilities to achieve that. Hybrid-clients satisfy each other s requests whenever they can, obviating the need for funneling interactions through the broker network. The broker merely serves as an ef cient conduit for supporting interaction between different applications (clients, peers or hybrid). 22.4.1 JXTA JXTA is a set of open, generalized protocols to support peer-to-peer interactions and core P2P capabilities such as indexing, le sharing, searching, peer grouping and security. The JXTA peers and rendezvous peers (specialized routers) rely on a simple forwarding of interactions for disseminations and on time-to-live (TTL) indicators and peer traces to attenuate interaction propagations. However, JXTA interactions are unreliable and tend to be very localized. Figure 22.9 depicts the protocols that comprise the XML-encoded JXTA protocol suite [37]. JXTA is independent of transport protocols and can be implemented on top of TCP/IP, hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), TLS, Bluetooth, HomePNA and many other protocols. JXTA provides features such as dynamic discovery and a rich search mechanism while allowing peers to communicate across NAT, DHCP and rewall
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(c) Show that if the integration rule in part (b) is to be preserved the Jacobian associated with a change of Grassmann integration variables must be the inverse of what we would expect for ordinary cumbers:
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