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TRADE: a transatlantic research and development environment

Encarnação, José L. and Noll, Stefan and Macedonia, Michael R. and Goettsch, Ammo and Schiffner, Norbert and Gräff, Andreas (1997):
TRADE: a transatlantic research and development environment.
IEEE Computer Society, Brussels; Tokyo; Washington, In: International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. VSMM '97. Proceedings, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

In the framework of a joint project TRADE between CRCG and IGD, a distributed transatlantic environment is being designed and created which will serve as the working platform for the telecommunication projects involbing these two institutes. TRADE enables unprecedented comunication and collaboration and allows developing new sophisticated applicatons and scenarios which are the key to the competiveness of our industrial partners and which unite the people and countries of Europe and North America. On the basis of this contribution to the dynamic telecommunication and information environment, innovative products and services can be developed, tested, demonstrated and analyzed by using the principles of economic viability. This leads to new products and new projects which are needed in order to be competitive on the global market.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1997
Creators: Encarnação, José L. and Noll, Stefan and Macedonia, Michael R. and Goettsch, Ammo and Schiffner, Norbert and Gräff, Andreas
Title: TRADE: a transatlantic research and development environment
Language: English
Abstract:

In the framework of a joint project TRADE between CRCG and IGD, a distributed transatlantic environment is being designed and created which will serve as the working platform for the telecommunication projects involbing these two institutes. TRADE enables unprecedented comunication and collaboration and allows developing new sophisticated applicatons and scenarios which are the key to the competiveness of our industrial partners and which unite the people and countries of Europe and North America. On the basis of this contribution to the dynamic telecommunication and information environment, innovative products and services can be developed, tested, demonstrated and analyzed by using the principles of economic viability. This leads to new products and new projects which are needed in order to be competitive on the global market.

Publisher: IEEE Computer Society, Brussels; Tokyo; Washington
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. VSMM '97. Proceedings
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:07
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