Cycle-server at home
- Student: Ramya Sethuraman (2003).
- Purpose: Design and implement a facility so customers can provide
embarrassingly parallel problems and a server can coordinate workers
with web browsers as they solve those problems.
CSAH involves a server (WebService) with an API to customers (with work to be
performed) and workers (with cycles to donate). CSAH has web pages for
customers and workers. Applications must implement a specific interface that
includes functions that the server, customers, and workers need to call.
Applications are serialized and sent among these parties.
- What the student learned
Code and documentation can be found at
- Tools: Microsoft.NET, ASP.NET, Windows Forms control, Microsoft Access
- Language: C#
- Techniques: Distributed computation, documentation